Caption

Martin Niemoeller in the New York Times
A list of articles, 1934-2004

compiled by
Harold Marcuse

November 2004, edited 3/14/2013

to Niemoeller homepage; Harold Marcuse homepage


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I searched the on-line articles databases of the New York Times for 1897-1995 and 1996-2004 for the keywords Niemoller (101 matches), Niemoeller (656 matches), and Niemöller. The results are below. I have left out some earlier articles that are most likely irrelevant--see the running numbers, which indicate gaps. Some of the Niemoller articles duplicate the Niemoeller ones. Those found only on Niemoller are marked *Niemoller*.
For some articles 1946-47 I include links to the full text (as pdf).

I also searched for Howard J. Samuels (1920-1984), who was quoted in the US Congress in 1968 as having quoted Niemoeller in an Oct. 1968 speech in Washington, D.C. (section below on Samuels)

Finally, I searched the Chicago Tribune on-line database for 1985-2004 and found some entries, primarily from "Dear Abby" columns. (jump to section below from Chicago Tribune). Other databases show that Dear Abby published the quotation much earlier.


Search of New York Times Index 1897-1995 for keyword Niemoeller. 656 results

5. PROTESTANTS PUSH FIGHT UPON NAZIS
By GUIDO ENDERIS.Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES, Nov 21, 1933; pg. 1, 2

6. Three Pastors Reinstated.
By The Associated Press.; New York Times; Nov 21, 1933; pg. 10, 1

7. Article 2 -- No Title
By The Associated Press.; New York Times; Dec 4, 1933; pg. 11, 1


8. Youth Leaders Arrested.
By The Associated Press.; New York Times; Jan 8, 1934; pg. 9, 1

9. REICH PROTESTANTS FIGHT NAZI BISHOP
By GUIDO ENDERIS.Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 9, 1934; pg. 13, 1

10. MUELLER REBUKED BY VON HINDENBURG
New York Times; Jan 11, 1934; pg. 9, 1

11. Laymen Back Pastors.
By The Associated Press.; New York Times; Jan 12, 1934; pg. 1, 2

12. STATE BISHOPS GIVE MUELLER A TRUCE
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Jan 14, 1934; pg. 19, 1

13. Hitler to Decide in Dispute.
New York Times; Jan 15, 1934; pg. 6, 1

14. NAZI PROTESTANTS CLAIM A MAJORITY
New York Times; Jan 21, 1934; pg. 15, 1

15. MUELLER DEBARS DEFIANT PASTORS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 28, 1934; pg. 22, 1

16. NAZIS ARREST HEAD OF REBEL PASTORS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Jan 29, 1934; pg. 5, 1

*Niemoller* 6. SAYS HITLER BACKS NAZI PROTESTANTS
New York Times (1857-Current; Feb 11, 1934; pg. 7, 1

17. MUELLER DEFIED IN THE RHINELAND
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 24, 1934; pg. 5, 1

18. Rebel Reich Clergy Seek Church-State Separation
By The Associated Press.; New York Times; Mar 8, 1934; pg. 5, 1

19. NAZI CHURCH RULE FACES NEW THREAT
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 11, 1934; pg. E2, 1

20. NIEMOELLER GAINS STATURE IN REICH
By HUGH JEDELL.Special Correspondence. THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 11, 1934; pg. E2, 1

21. POPE BACKS YOUTH IN RESISTING NAZIS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Apr 3, 1934; pg. 1, 2

22. REICH DEALS BLOW TO CATHOLIC PRESS
By OTTO D. TOLISCHUS.Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.By OTTO D. TOLISCHUS.; New York Times (1857-Current; Apr 4, 1934; pg. 1, 2

23. CATHOLIC DEFIANCE OF NAZIS MOUNTS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 5, 1934; pg. 10, 1

24. Climax Fails to Materialize.
New York Times; Apr 9, 1934; pg. 1, 2

25. NIEMOELLER DEFIES NAZIS' SUSPENSION
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 9, 1934; pg. 1, 1

26. Today's News Index
New York Times; Apr 9, 1934; pg. 36, 1

27. GERMANY'S CHURCH STRUGGLE PROCEEDING ON TWO FRONTS
By EMIL LENGYEL.; New York Times; Apr 15, 1934; pg. XX3, 2

*Niemoller* 7. The Decree Revoked.
New York Times; Apr 15, 1934; pg. 25, 1

28. 10,000 IN GERMANY DEFY NAZI BISHOP
By The Associated Press.; New York Times; Apr 23, 1934; pg. 1, 1

29. NON-NAZIS SET UP NEW FREE CHURCH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 2, 1934; pg. 9, 1

30. Article 3 -- No Title
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 11, 1934; pg. 8, 1

31. Article 2 -- No Title
New York Times; Jun 14, 1934; pg. 13, 1

32. Finish Fight Expected.
New York Times; Aug 13, 1934; pg. 6, 1

33. NAZI BISHOP DEFIED AGAIN BY PASTORS
ARRESTS REPORTED Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 13, 1934; pg. 1, 2

34. Niemoeller Protested Effectively.
New York Times; Aug 13, 1934; pg. 6, 1

35. FOES OF REICH BISHOP DISAGREE ON POLICY
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Sep 10, 1934; pg. 8, 1

36. GERMANY'S CHURCH STRUGGLE HAS ENTERED A DECISIVE STAGE
By EMIL LENGYEL.; New York Times; Sep 23, 1934; pg. XX1, 2

37. MUELLER ELEVATED TO REICH PRIMACY AS FOES DEFY HIM
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Sep 24, 1934; pg. 1, 2

38. Government Suppresses News.
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 13, 1934; pg. 5, 1

39. NAZIS' FOES PLAN TO SHUT CHURCHES
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 14, 1934; pg. 29, 1

40. Crowd Balks Policeman.
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 15, 1934; pg. 8, 1

41. CHURCHMEN DECIDE ON SCHISM IN REICH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 20, 1934; pg. 7, 1

42. Free Church Ordains Five.
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 22, 1934; pg. 8, 1

43. NAZIS STILL FIGHT JAEGER IN CHURCH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 28, 1934; pg. 12, 1

44. 2 BISHOPS RETURN TO POSTS IN REICH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Nov 1, 1934; pg. 6, 1

45. GOERING NOW AIDS NAZIS' CHURCH FOES
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Nov 17, 1934; pg. 6, 1

46. MUELLER DEFIES FOES TO OUST HIM
New York Times; Nov 20, 1934; pg. 15, 1

47. i IT0da', !,d! I -oAY,
New York Times; Dec 10, 1934; pg. 38, 1

48. REICH PERSECUTION OF SYNOD FORECAST
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 10, 1934; pg. 12, 1

49. PEACE MOVE FAILS IN GERMAN CHURCH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 22, 1934; pg. 5, 1

50. TREXLER PREDICTS MUELLER'S DEFEAT
New York Times; Dec 24, 1934; pg. 6, 1


51. HITLER AGAIN CANCELS TALK WITH MUELLER
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 6, 1935; pg. 8, 1

52. NAZIS STRIKE BACK AT CHURCH REBELS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 11, 1935; pg. 6, 1

53. Arrests Put at 700.
By The Associated Press.; New York Times; Mar 18, 1935; pg. 7, 1

54. CHURCH REBELS BALKED
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 18, 1935; pg. 1, 2

55. GERMAN PASTORS REMAIN IN PRISON
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 19, 1935; pg. 4, 1

56. ARRESTED PASTORS FREED IN GERMANY
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 20, 1935; pg. 2, 1

57. 15,000 NAZIS RALLY AGAINST CHURCHES AND FOR PAGANISM
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 27, 1935; pg. 1, 2

58. REICH LIBERATES EIGHTEEN PASTORS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 5, 1935; pg. 7, 1

59. ST. LOUIS.
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 4, 1935; pg. N3, 1

60. REICH IN TURMOIL ON CHURCH ISSUES
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 13, 1935; pg. 1, 2

61. SAYS REICH BISHOP REFUSED TO RESIGN
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 24, 1935; pg. 11, 1

62. NAZIS SEIZE FUNDS OF OPPOSING SYNOD
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 30, 1935; pg. 8, 1

63. PRUSSIAN PASTORS DEFY NAZI ORDERS TO CEASE ATTACKS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 2, 1935; pg. 1, 2

64. Today's News Index
New York Times; Dec 2, 1935; pg. 42, 1

65. REICH SYNODS DEFY BAN ON ACTIVITIES
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 4, 1935; pg. 15, 1

66. REBEL CHURCHMEN FACE NAZI THREAT OF TREASON TRIALS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 6, 1935; pg. 1, 2

67. ABROAD
New York Times; Dec 8, 1935; pg. E1, 1

68. DISTRUST OF NAZIS REICH CHURCH ISSUE
By ALBION ROSS.Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 8, 1935; pg. E4, 1

69. NAZIS' CHURCH FOE PUT UNDER ARREST
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 25, 1935; pg. 6, 1

70. GERMANY SILENCES 'FIGHTING PASTOR'
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 30, 1935; pg. 8, 1

71. Today's News Index
New York Times; Dec 30, 1935; pg. 36, 1



72. NAZI CHURCH RULE DEFIED IN PULPITS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 13, 1936; pg. 8, 1

73. NAZIS' CHURCH FOES CALL REICH SYNOD
By OTTO D. TOLISCHUS.Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 15, 1936; pg. 11, 1

74. COUNCIL DID NOT OUST BISHOP MARAHRENS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 17, 1936; pg. 13, 1

75. SAYS STATE CHURCH EXISTS IN GERMANY
Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 20, 1936; pg. 6, 1

76. CHURCH BODY SEIZES NIEMOELLER'S FUNDS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 27, 1936; pg. 9, 1

77. CATHOLICS TO TALK WITH NAZIS TODAY
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Jan 28, 1936; pg. 11, 1

78. NIEMOELLER DEFIES NAZIS IN A SPEECH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Feb 7, 1936; pg. 13, 1

79. Today's News Index
New York Times; Feb 7, 1936; pg. 40, 1

80. JACOBI CHALLENGES NAZIS BY PREACHING
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Feb 17, 1936; pg. 1, 2

81. REICH PUTS MUZZLE ON CHURCH EDITORS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 19, 1936; pg. 13, 1

82. REBEL CLERGY BAR PEACE WITH NAZIS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 23, 1936; pg. 30, 1

83. REICH SYNOD STAND BARS COMPROMISE
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 25, 1936; pg. 11, 1

84. REICH CHURCH GROUP ELECTS NEW BOARD
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 14, 1936; pg. 6, 1

85. PROTESTANT 'COUP' AIDS PEACE IN REICH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Mar 22, 1936; pg. 25, 1

86. NEW CHURCH WAR IMPENDS IN REICH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 1, 1936; pg. 4, 1

87. CHURCHES ALONE RESIST DOMINATION BY HITLER
By OTTO D. TOLISCHUSWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 7, 1936; pg. 63, 1

88. NAZI REGIME SAPS CHURCH OPPOSITION
By ALBION ROSSWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 2, 1936; pg. E4, 1

89. PROBLEMS OF CHURCH DISCUSSED IN BERLIN
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 9, 1936; pg. 7, 1

90. ANTI-NAZI PROTEST READ BY PASTORS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 24, 1936; pg. 3, 1

91. HITLER AVOIDS CHURCH ISSUE
By GUIDO ENDERISWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 30, 1936; pg. E4, 1

92. Nazis Threaten to Mob Niemoeller, Pastor Foe
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Sep 4, 1936; pg. 7, 1

93. MOVE ON NIEMOELLER IS EXPECTED IN REICH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 15, 1936; pg. 4, 1

94. REICH PROTESTANTS ADMIT SUBJUGATION
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 30, 1936; pg. 4, 1

95. CHURCH LISTINGS DROPPED BY NAZIS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 1, 1936; pg. 17, 1

96. PROTESTANT BODY REBELS IN REICH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Dec 9, 1936; pg. 1, 2

97. HITLER TELLS NAZIS TO CEASE ATTACKS UPON CHRISTIANITY
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Dec 15, 1936; pg. 1, 2

98. NIEMOELLER DEMANDS END OF PERSECUTION
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 21, 1936; pg. 14, 1


99. PROTESTANT BOARD IN GERMANY QUITS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 14, 1937; pg. 35, 1

100. FREE CHURCH VOTE DECREED BY HITLER
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 16, 1937; pg. 1, 2

101. CHURCHMEN DOUBT FAIR VOTE IN REICH
By OTTO D. TOLISCHUSWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 17, 1937; pg. 14, 1

102. REICH CHURCH FIGHT BACK AT BEGINNING
By ALBION ROSSWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Feb 21, 1937; pg. 53, 1

103. NAZISM ISSUE RISES IN CHURCH ELECTION
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 22, 1937; pg. 10, 1

104. Pastor's Death in German Prison Causes Stir Among Protestants
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Mar 1, 1937; pg. 1, 2

105. KERRL IS STRIPPED OF POWER BY HITLER
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 11, 1937; pg. 18, 1

106. REICH FACES RELIGIOUS CRISIS
By ALBION ROSSWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 28, 1937; pg. 56, 1

107. Four Protestant Pastors Arrested in Hesse When Church Congress Lets 2 Swiss Speak
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 4, 1937; pg. 1, 1

108. LUDENDORFF SPURS NEO-PAGAN EFFORT
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 5, 1937; pg. 12, 1

109. NAZIS CONFISCATE CHURCH PAMPHLET
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 9, 1937; pg. 14, 1

110. NIEMOELLER SERMON TOMORROW BANNED
New York Times; May 15, 1937; pg. 3, 1

111. A WAR FOR GERMAN SOULS
By OTTO D. TOLISCHUS; New York Times; May 16, 1937; pg. 140, 2

112. PASTORS JAILED AS FOES OF NAZIS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; May 23, 1937; pg. 29, 1

113. NIEMOELLER WARNS ON CHURCH ELECTIONS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 5, 1937; pg. 8, 1

114. Ribbentrop Tries to Rejoin Protestantism
Niemoeller Asks Him If Politics Is Reason By AUGURWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 10, 1937; pg. 4, 1

115. REICH CHURCH POLL MAY BE HELD SOON
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 11, 1937; pg. 14, 1

116. BERLIN PASTOR HELD FOR 'INCITEMENT'
New York Times; Jun 16, 1937; pg. 3, 1

117. NAZIS BAN RAISING OF SYNOD FUNDS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 17, 1937; pg. 1, 2

118. REBEL CLERGY HIDE FROM NAZI POLICE
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 18, 1937; pg. 1, 2

119. NAZI POLICE PUSH HUNT FOR PASTORS
Wireless to THE NEW YORE TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 19, 1937; pg. 7, 1

120. REICH TO CONDUCT CATHOLIC SCHOOLS
New York Times; Jun 22, 1937; pg. 1, 2

121. BAVARIA WILL END HELP TO CHURCHES
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Jun 28, 1937; pg. 1, 2

122. ONE DAY IN GERMANY
New York Times; Jun 29, 1937; pg. 20, 1

123. REICH TO TRY PASTORS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 29, 1937; pg. 11, 1

124. NAZIS FINALLY PUT NIEMOELLER IN JAIL
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 2, 1937; pg. 1, 2

125. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jul 2, 1937; pg. 23, 1

126. DR. NIEMOELLER'S ARREST
New York Times; Jul 3, 1937; pg. 14, 1

127. TWO SYNOD HEADS ARE FINED IN REICH
Wireless to The New York Times: Jul 3, 1937; pg. 2, 1

128. ABROAD
New York Times; Jul 4, 1937; pg. 30, 1

129. NIEMOELLER IN JAIL RALLIES HIS PARISH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 5, 1937; pg. 1, 2

130. NIEMOELLER AIDE HELD FOR PETITION
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Jul 6, 1937; pg. 11, 1

131. LIBERTY IS INDIVISIBLE
New York Times; Jul 7, 1937; pg. 22, 1

132. ABROAD
New York; Jul 11, 1937; pg. 47, 2

133. 'LITTLE HITLERS' BUSY IN REICH
By ALBION ROSSWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 11, 1937; pg. 51, 1

134. PROTESTANTS ASK NAZIS FOR PEACE
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 12, 1937; pg. 7, 1

135. BELLS TO PROCLAIM NIEMOELLER'S TRIAL
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 18, 1937; pg. 4, 1

136. REVEALS NAZI AIM TO ABSORB CHURCH
By GABOR DE BESSENYEYWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 19, 1937; pg. 8, 1

137. Nazis Jail Brother of Rev. Martin Niemoeller
Arrest Is Made Secretly After Three Sermons Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 26, 1937; pg. 1, 1

138. NIEMOELLER'S KIN FREED
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 27, 1937; pg. 6, 1

139. NIEMOELLER FACES TRIAL ON 4 COUNTS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 29, 1937; pg. 4, 1

140. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jul 29, 1937; pg. 21, 1

141. NAZIS DEFIED ANEW BY BERLIN PASTORS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 2, 1937; pg. 2, 1

142. 3-DAY NIEMOELLER TRIAL
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 4, 1937; pg. 5, 1

143. Berlin Court Acquits Dr. Dibelius In Attack on Nazi Church Minister
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Aug 7, 1937; pg. 1, 2

144. REBEL NAZI PASTOR LAUDED FOR IDEALS
New York Times; Aug 9, 1937; pg. 17, 1

145. 115 Seized in Niemoeller Parade, Believed First Anti-Nazi Massing
New York Times (1857; Aug 9, 1937; pg. 1, 2

146. NIEMOELLER TRIAL PUT OFF BY REICH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 10, 1937; pg. 9, 1

147. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Aug 10, 1937; pg. 21, 1

148. ABROAD
New York Times; Aug 15, 1937; pg. 53, 2

149. REICH BELITTLES CHURCH STRUGGLE
By ALBION ROSSWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 15, 1937; pg. 56, 1

150. 150,000 NAZIS BAR FETE BY CATHOLICS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Aug 16, 1937; pg. 7, 1

151. Total of Protestants Jailed Rises to 103 In Last 10 Days
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 23, 1937; pg. 3, 1

152. HITLER HELD READY FOR VATICAN TRUCE
New York Times; Aug 29, 1937; pg. 1, 2

153. Niemoeller Still in Berlin Jail
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Sep 2, 1937; pg. 3, 1

154. PASTORS IN REICH DEFY STATE ANEW
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Sep 5, 1937; pg. 9, 1

155. REICH CLERGY HOLD 'CATACOMB SYNOD'
OTTO D TOLISCHUS Wireless to The New York Times: Sep 12, 1937; pg. 38, 1

156. ATTACKS OF THE NAZIS STRENGTHEN THE CHURCH
ALBION ROSS; New York Times; Sep 19, 1937; pg. 137, 2

*Niemoller* 9. CHURCH SEEN FIRM DESPITE DICTATORS
New York Times; Sep 20, 1937; pg. 26, 1

157. Niemoeller Baby Born As Father Remains in Jail
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 7, 1937; pg. 19, 1

158. NIEMOELLER UPHELD BY 'APPEALS COURT
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 9, 1937; pg. 3, 1

159. NIEMOELLER GROUP OUTLAWED IN REICH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 18, 1937; pg. 8, 1

160. REICH BISHOP ASKS AID FOR CAMP WORK
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 25, 1937; pg. 8, 1

161. GERMANS PONDER CATHOLIC CONGRESS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 1, 1937; pg. 16, 1

162. 95 REICH CHURCHMEN ARE NOW IN PRISON
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 8, 1937; pg. 9, 1

163. Chaplains in German Army Oppose Nazi Church Policy
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 9, 1937; pg. 1, 2

164. BRITISH PRICE HIGH ON CEDING COLONIES
By FERDINAND KUHN Jr.Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Nov 14, 1937; pg. 69, 1

165. RELIGIOUS STRIFE GROWS IN GERMANY
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 14, 1937; pg. 69, 1

166. WON'T FREE NIEMOELLER
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 25, 1937; pg. 17, 1

167. CHAPLAINS DARING IN PLEA TO HITLER
Special Correspondence, THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 28, 1937; pg. 38, 1

*Niemoller*10. Reserve Corps Orders
New York Times; Nov 28, 1937; pg. 54, 1

168. Latest Books Received
New York Times; Dec 5, 1937; pg. 153, 2

169. CHURCH DICTATOR NAMED FOR REICH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 12, 1937; pg. 53, 1

170. Reich to Rejail Pastors After Holiday Furloughs
New York Times; Dec 26, 1937; pg. 13, 1

171. 120 MINISTERS FREED FROM PRISON IN REICH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 27, 1937; pg. 7, 1


*Niemoller* 11. AN INTERPRETATIVE CHRONOLOGY FOR THE YEAR 1937
New York Times; Jan 1, 1938; pg. 21, 3

172. NIEMOELLER FEARS A COMMUNIST REICH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 6, 1938; pg. 4, 1

173. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jan 6, 1938; pg. 21, 1

174. NAZI JAILERS FREE ALL BUT 13 PASTORS
New York Times; Jan 10, 1938; pg. 5, 1

175. Recent Religious Books
New York Times; Jan 15, 1938; pg. 8, 1

176. NIEMOELLER TRIAL TO BE HELD FEB. 7
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 19, 1938; pg. 14, 1

177. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jan 19, 1938; pg. 25, 1

178. SHAKE-UP OF AIDES DECIDED BY HITLER, GERMANS BELIEVE
By OTTO D. TOLISCHUSWireless to THE NEW YORK Times.; New York Times; Feb 4, 1938; pg. 1, 2

179. NIEMOELLER CASE SEEN AS NEW TEST FOR NAZIS
By ALBION ROSS; New York Times; Feb 6, 1938; pg. 64, 1

180. NIEMOELLER FACES SECRET TRIBUNAL
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 6, 1938; pg. 33, 1

181. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Feb 6, 1938; pg. 41, 1

182. THE NEWS OF THE WEEK IN REVIEW
New York Times; Feb 6, 1938; pg. 61, 2

183. NIEMOELLER'S STATUS IN GERMANY SERIOUS
Wireless to The New York Times: Feb 7, 1938; pg. 32, 1

184. PREACHES MILITANT FAITH
New York Times; Feb 7, 1938; pg. 16, 1

185. AN INDEX TO THE NEW YORK TIMES TODAY
New York Times; Feb 8, 1938; pg. 23, 1

186. Niemoeller Trial Opens in Secret
He Clashes With Reich Attorney Wireles to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 8, 1938; pg. 1, 2

187. NIEMOELLER DEEDS IN WAR MINIMIZED
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 9, 1938; pg. 13, 1

188. NIEMOELLER DROPS DEFENSE AT TRIAL
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 10, 1938; pg. 11, 1

189. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Feb 10, 1938; pg. 23, 1

190. NIEMOELLER DEFIED NAZI COURT OPENLY
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Feb 11, 1938; pg. 8, 1

191. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Feb 11, 1938; pg. 25, 1

192. THE NAZI "UNDECLARED WAR"
New York Times; Feb 11, 1938; pg. 22, 1

193. AID TO NIEMOELLER BY NOT ABLES BARED
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 12, 1938; pg. 2, 1

194. ANTI-CHURCH DRIVE BY NAZIS IS GAINING
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 13, 1938; pg. 6, 1

*Niemoller*12. Christianity and Hitler's Germany
J. WESLEY INGLES.; New York Times; Feb 13, 1938; pg. 94, 1

195. THE NEWS OF THE WEEK IN REVIEW
New York Times; Feb 13, 1938; pg. 55, 2

196. FAULHABER SCORES NAZI PERSECUTION
CITES SCHOOLS BAN Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Feb 14, 1938; pg. 1, 2

197. NIEMOELLER HELD A MODERN MARTYR
New York Times; Feb 14, 1938; pg. 8, 1

198. NIEMOELLER DEFENSE WILL RETURN TO TRIAL
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 17, 1938; pg. 5, 1

199. TRIAL OF NIEMOELLER RESUMED IN GERMANY
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 19, 1938; pg. 4, 1

200. NAZI COURT RELAXES IN NIEMOELLER TRIAL
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 22, 1938; pg. 12, 1

201. NIEMOELLER ATTACKED
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 23, 1938; pg. 17, 1

202. BANS TREASON CHARGE IN NIEMOELLER TRIAL
New York Times; Feb 24, 1938; pg. 14, 1

203. EX-REICH DIPLOMAT DENOUNCES HITLER
New York Times (1857; Feb 24, 1938; pg. 15, 1

204. WHERE DICTATORSHIP ENDS
New York Times; Feb 24, 1938; pg. 18, 1

205. RELIGIONS RALLIED BEHIND DEMOCRACY
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 25, 1938; pg. 11, 1

206. A War Hero in a German Pulpit
KATHERINE WOODS.; New York Times; Feb 27, 1938; pg. 88, 1

207. BOOKS REVIEWED IN THIS ISSUE
New York Times; Feb 27, 1938; pg. 111, 1

208. NIEMOELLER TERM ASKED
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 27, 1938; pg. 29, 1

209. State Demands 22 Months for Niemoeller
Court to Pass Sentence on Pastor Tomorrow Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 1, 1938; pg. 5, 1

210. Niemoeller Freed in Reich, Then Rearrested
Is Seized After Conviction at Sedition Trial Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 3, 1938; pg. 1, 1

211. Photo Standalone 2 -- No Title
New York Times; Mar 3, 1938; pg. 11, 1

212. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Mar 3, 1938; pg. 23, 1

213. THE NIEMOELLER VERDICT
New York Times; Mar 3, 1938; pg. 20, 1

214. NIEMOELLER HELD TO END PREACHING
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Mar 4, 1938; pg. 14, 1

215. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Mar 4, 1938; pg. 25, 1

216. PASTOR'S REARREST ASCRIBED TO HITLER
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Mar 5, 1938; pg. 7, 1

217. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Mar 5, 1938; pg. 19, 1

218. NIEMOELLER TRIAL BARES DEEP SPLIT
By ALBION ROSSWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 6, 1938; pg. 56, 1

219. NIEMOELLER AIDE CHALLENGES NAZIS
New York Times (1857; Mar 7, 1938; pg. 2, 1

220. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Mar 7, 1938; pg. 19,

221. NAZI POLICE CLOSE CATHOLICS' OFFICE
Wireless to THE NEW YOR TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Mar 10, 1938; pg. 14, 1

222. CHURCHES IN REICH HONOR NIEMOELLER
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Mar 14, 1938; pg. 4, 1

223. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Mar 14, 1938; pg. 17, 1

224. War Cannot Cure War, Dr. Buttrick Asserts, Opposing Force Against Aggressor Nations
New York Times; Mar 14, 1938; pg. 10, 1

225. Reich Pastor Suggests Collapse Has Begun And Price of Foreign Successes Is Too High
Wireless to The New York Times: Mar 21, 1938; pg. 1, 1

226. BOOKS OF THE TIMES
By CHARLES POORE; New York Times; Mar 26, 1938; pg. 13, 1

227. HULL PLAN HAILED BY LEADERS HERE
New York Times (1857-Current; Mar 26, 1938; pg. 5, 1

228. AUSTRIAN BISHOPS BACK NAZIS ON POLL.
By EMIL VADNAYWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Mar 28, 1938; pg. 7, 1

229. FULDA BISHOP ASKS ANSCHLUSS VOTES
New York Times; Apr 3, 1938; pg. 1, 2

230. NIEMOELLER'S IMPRISONMENT
New York Times; Apr 5, 1938; pg. 20, 1

231. NIEMOELLER MOVED FROM PRISON CAMP
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 8, 1938; pg. 7, 1

232. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Apr 8, 1938; pg. 21, 1

233. OUR BERLIN ENVOY TERMS AUTARCHY ECONOMIC FALLACY
New York Times (1857; Apr 14, 1938; pg. 1, 2

234. POPE UNRECONCILED TO AUSTRIAN STEPS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Apr 14, 1938; pg. 17, 1

235. Oath to Obey Hitler Is Imposed on Pastors
Reich Protestants Who Balk Will Be Dropped Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 20, 1938; pg. 1, 1

236. Likens Niemoeller to Saint
New York Times; Apr 25, 1938; pg. 16, 1

237. HITLER OATH DECREED FOR PRUSSIAN CLERGY
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 26, 1938; pg. 12, 1

238. REICH AGAIN OPENS NAZI CHURCH DRIVE
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; May 1, 1938; pg. 34, 1

239. DIOCESE OPPOSES ANTI-BETTING DRIVE
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; May 18, 1938; pg. 23, 1

240. NAZIS CLOSING OUT CHURCH OPPOSITION
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 20, 1938; pg. 9, 1

241. SERVICE IN BERLIN BACKS NIEMOELLER
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Jul 2, 1938; pg. 4, 1

242. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jul 2, 1938; pg. 15, 1

243. ROOSEVELT ASSAILED FOR CLASS STRUGGLE
New York Times; Jul 18, 1938; pg. 3, 1

244. NIEMOELLER'S "CRIME"
New York Times; Jul 29, 1938; pg. 16, 1

245. Letters to The Times
ARTHUR S. BRACKETT.FREDERICK M. ALLEN, M. D.E. KENNETH SMITH Jr.SAM HALL.DWIGHT MARVIN.HENRY SLOANE COFFIN.RICHARD ROIDERER.EUGEN?? J. CANTIN.JOSEPH A. MAFFONGELLI, M. D.F. I. SHATARA.JOHN GOULD FLETCHER.; New; Aug 4, 1938; pg. 16, 1

246. CATHOLIC BISHOPS ASSAIL NAZI POLICY
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 29, 1938; pg. 1, 2

247. PEACE PRAYERS IN REICH
New York Times; Sep 26, 1938; pg. 6, 1

248. CZECHS MOVE FACTORIES
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 13, 1938; pg. 8, 1

249. Europe
By ANNE O'HARE McCORMICK; New York Times; Oct 17, 1938; pg. 14, 1

250. SALZBURG BISHOP ATTACKED BY NAZIS
New York Times; Oct 19, 1938; pg. 14, 1

251. NIEMOELLER DEPRESSED
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 3, 1938; pg. 15, 1

252. MUNICH NAZIS MAR CATHOLIC FESTIVAL
Wireless to THE NEW YOKR TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Nov 14, 1938; pg. 1, 2

253. Mackensen Asks Hitler To Release Niemoeller
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TMES.; New York Times; Nov 27, 1938; pg. 44, 1

254. NAZIS CAUTIOUS IN DRIVE ON CHURCH
OTTO D. TOLISCHUS Wireless to THE NEW YORK Times; New York Times (1857-Current; Dec 4, 1938; pg. E5, 1

255. WHAT WILL THE SCIENTISTS DO?
New York Times; Dec 28, 1938; pg. 20, 1

256. NAZIS' CHURCH FOE REFUSES TO BREAK
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Dec 30, 1938; pg. 4, 1

257. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Dec 30, 1938; pg. 17, 1

258. NIEMOELLER'S BEST SERMON
New York Times; Dec 31, 1938; pg. 14, 1


259. Germany Punishes More Leaders of Church, Brother of Jailed Protestant Pastor Reveals
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 9, 1939; pg. 1, 1

260. Table of Contents 4 -- No Title
New York Times; Jan 9, 1939; pg. 12, 1

261. PASTOR AT DAHLEM ASSAILS REICH GAG
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 15, 1939; pg. 29, 1

262. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jan 15, 1939; pg. 41, 1

263. SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Jan 17, 1939; pg. 28, 1

264. FARINACCI SCOLDS CATHOLIC CHURCH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 26, 1939; pg. 7, 1

265. BACKS ROME IN WAR
By OTTO D. TOLISCHUS Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 31, 1939; pg. 1, 2

266. REICH CLERICS TELL OF NEW OPPRESSION
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 6, 1939; pg. 6, 1

267. THREE REICH PASTORS SUSPENDED BY CHURCH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 9, 1939; pg. 4, 1

268. CHURCHES TO HONOR NIEMOLLER TODAY
New York Times; Mar 5, 1939; pg. 36, 1

269. WARNERS TO MAKE 48 FEATURE FILMS
New York Times; Mar 13, 1939; pg. 17, 1

270. SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 14, 1939; pg. 24, 1

271. TODAY ON THE RADIO
New York Times; Mar 17, 1939; pg. 33, 1

272. Refugee Aid Wins Support In Metropolis
By ANNE PETERSEN; New York Times; Mar 19, 1939; pg. 49, 1

273. CONFESSIONAL CHURCH HIT
Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 29, 1939; pg. 12, 1

274. DICTATOR SET-UPS HELD SURE TO FALL
New York Times; Apr 3, 1939; pg. 18, 1

275. DEMANDS ARE MADE UPON REICH CHURCH
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 18, 1939; pg. 10, 1

276. SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD
By DOUGLAS W. CHURCHILL Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 20, 1939; pg. 21, 1

277. REICH DEFINES WAY TO TEACH RELIGION
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 24, 1939; pg. 8, 1

278. REICH CHURCH HEAD DEFIED BY PASTORS
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; May 29, 1939; pg. 1, 2

279. A CATHOLIC TRUCE SOUGHT BY NAZIS
By PERCY KNAUTH Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 4, 1939; pg. E5, 1

280. Reich Warns Niemoeller of Loss of Pulpit
Family Would Be Evicted From Parish House Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 10, 1939; pg. 1, 1

281. NIEMOELLER PLANS TO MAKE A PROTEST
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 11, 1939; pg. 3, 1

282. NIEMOELLER PARISH DEFIES NAZI THREAT
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Jun 14, 1939; pg. 13, 1

283. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jun 14, 1939; pg. 24, 1

284. THE GERMAN CONSCIENCE
New York Times; Jun 15, 1939; pg. 22, 1

285. NEWS OF THE SCREEN
By DOUGLAS W. CHURCHILL Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 21, 1939; pg. 31, 1

286. NIEMOELLER HELD CHRISTIAN SYMBOL
By Dr. HENRY SMITH LEIPER, Executive Secretary, Federal Council of the Churches of Christin America.North American Newspaper Alliance, Inc.; New York Times (1857; Jun 25, 1939; pg. 23, 1

287. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jun 25, 1939; pg. 39, 1

288. NIEMOELLER'S TWO YEARS
New York Times; Jun 30, 1939; pg. 16, 1

289. LAY WOMEN TO OPEN CONFERENCE TODAY
By RACHEL K. McDOWELL; New York Times (1857; Jul 1, 1939; pg. 18, 1

290. Topics of Sermons That Will Be Heard in the Churches of the City Tomorrow
New York Times; Jul 1, 1939; pg. 18, 1

291. 3,000 IN REICH PAY NIEMOELLER HONOR
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 2, 1939; pg. 8, 1

292. NIEMOELLER STAND PRAISED BY RABBIS
New York Times; Jul 2, 1939; pg. 8, 1

293. Pastor Niemoeller
New York Times; Jul 2, 1939; pg. E2, 1

294. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jul 2, 1939; pg. 17, 1

295. NAZI ORDER DEFIED BY DAHLEM PASTOR
By C. BROOKS PETERS Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 3, 1939; pg. 1, 2

296. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jul 3, 1939; pg. 7, 1

297. PASTOR'S HOME SEARCHED
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 4, 1939; pg. 4, 1

298. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON PAGE 2
New York Times; Jul 9, 1939; pg. 56, 1

299. Hitler a Barabbas, Niemoeller a Christ, Dr. Roberts Suggests, Likening Two Eras
New York Times; Jul 17, 1939; pg. 22, 1

300. Niemoeller's Health 'Good'
New York Times; Jul 19, 1939; pg. 10, 1

301. REICH PASTOR DIES IN A PRISON CAMP
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 22, 1939; pg. 3, 1

302. Reich Bans Niemoeller Book
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 27, 1939; pg. 10, 1

303. EVENTS TODAY.
New York Times; Jul 28, 1939; pg. 9, 1

304. Niemoeller Volunteers for U-Boat Service
Nazis Reject Imprisoned Pastor's Offer New York Times; Sep 25, 1939; pg. 2, 1

305. NIEMOELLER STORY DENIED
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Sep 29, 1939; pg. 10, 1

306. 'INEVITABLE WAR' DECRIED TO W.C.T.U.
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Sep 30, 1939; pg. 7, 1

307. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON PAGE 2
New York Times; Oct 1, 1939; pg. 84, 1

308. Article 2 -- No Title
New York Times; Oct 1, 1939; pg. 80, 1

309. Von Rintelen Freed in Britain
Kaiser's War Spy Here Offers Aid Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 14, 1939; pg. 8, 1

*Niemoller*18. Recent Religious Books
New York Times; Oct 14, 1939; pg. 17, 1

310. Nazi Tortures Detailed by Britain
Concentration Camp Horrors Told By RAYMOND DANIELL Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 31, 1939; pg. 1, 2

311. Niemoeller Unable to Get 3 Days' Freedom In Germany for Parents' Golden Wedding
New York Times; Dec 24, 1939; pg. 8, 1

312. Three Possibilities of War and Peace Are Suggested
ERNST WILHELM MEYER,; New York Times; Dec 31, 1939; pg. 48, 1


313. POT SHOTS AT THE NEWS
By THOMAS M. PRYOR; New York Times; Jan 2, 1940; pg. 123, 1

314. Nazis Again Reject Offer By Niemoeller to Fight
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 20, 1940; pg. 7, 1

*Niemoller* 19. Hitler and Religion
New York Times; Jan 28, 1940; pg. BR7, 1

315. LITTLE BITS FROM LONDON
New York Times; Feb 4, 1940; pg. 122, 1

*Niemoller* 20. LONDON GOES TO TOWN
By C.A. LEJEUNE; New York Times; Feb 25, 1940; pg. 117, 1

316. THE MYTH OF THE TREND
By BOSLEY CROWTHER; New York Times; Mar 3, 1940; pg. 129, 1

317. DR. MACKAY WARNS OF A 'RIVAL' TO GOD
New York Times; Mar 4, 1940; pg. 10, 1

*Niemoller*21. NOW THAT APRIL'S THERE
By C.A. LEJEUNE; New York Times; Apr 21, 1940; pg. 123, 1

318. POT SHOTS AT THE NEWS
By THOMAS M. PRYOR; New York Times; Jun 2, 1940; pg. 123, 1

319. Books Published Today
New York Times; Jul 1, 1940; pg. 17, 1

320. Latest Books Received
New York Times; Jul 14, 1940; pg. 79, 2

321. JAMES ROOSEVELT GETS BRITISH FILM
New York Times; Jul 16, 1940; pg. 21, 1

322. PICKETS WOULD QUIT FOR MRS. ROOSEVELT
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 10, 1940; pg. 16, 1

323. SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Sep 2, 1940; pg. 19, 1

324. NIEMOELLER'S CHURCH LOSES SECOND PASTOR
New York Times; Sep 7, 1940; pg. 3, 1

325. R.A.F. IN BATTLE OVER NAZI CAPITAL
By PERCIVAL KNAUTH Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Sep 7, 1940; pg. 1, 2

326. NEWS OF THE SCREEN
By DOUGLAS W. CHURCHILL Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Sep 20, 1940; pg. 26, 1

327. THE SCREEN IN REVIEW
By BOSLEY CROWTHER; New York Times; Sep 21, 1940; pg. 20, 1

328. Speaking of Kant, Machiavelli and Confucius
New York Times; Dec 15, 1940; pg. 102, 1

*Niemoller* 22. NAZI SECRET POLICE ARREST DR. GRUEBER
New York Times; Dec 24, 1940; pg. 4, 1


329. NIEMOELLER'S FRIENDS DENY HIS CONVERSION
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 5, 1941; pg. 3, 1

330. DENY PLEA BY NIEMOELLER
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 6, 1941; pg. 9, 1

331. CHURCH-STATE RIFT IS CLOSING IN REICH
By PERCIVAL KNAUTHWireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 10, 1941; pg. 5, 1

332. RACE CULTURE BOOK BANNED BY VATICAN
By CAMILLE M. CIANFARRABy Telephone to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 27, 1941; pg. 5, 1

333. NAZI WAR VETERANS IMPOSE CHURCH BAN
By Telephone to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 11, 1941; pg. 4, 1

334. Dr. Niemoeller's Father Dies
New York Times; Mar 27, 1941; pg. 23, 1

335. A Crowded Century Of English Life
By P.W. WILSON; New York Times (1857-Current; Apr 13, 1941; pg. BR9, 2

336. Argentines Ban 'Pastor Hall'
New York Times; Jun 8, 1941; pg. 40, 1

337. Books -- Authors
New York Times; Jul 25, 1941; pg. 13, 1

*Niemoller* 23. I Reserve Cbqjis Orders
New York Times; Aug 24, 1941; pg. 71, 1

338. NIEMOELLER AT DACHAU
New York Times; Aug 30, 1941; pg. 16, 1

339. NAZIS MOVE NIEMOELLER
New York Times; Sep 25, 1941; pg. 8, 1

*Niemoller*24. Books and Authors
New York Times; Oct 19, 1941; pg. BR12, 1

340. Text of Sermon Outline Suggested by Mayor La Guardia to Pastors
New York Times; Nov 9, 1941; pg. 32, 1

341. Books Published Today
New York Times; Nov 12, 1941; pg. 27, 1

*Niemoller*25. KERRL, DICTATOR OF REICH CHURCHES i uuuuuu
New York Times (1857-Current; Dec 15, 1941; pg. 19, 1

*Niemoller*26. Religious Books Recently Published
New York Times; Dec 20, 1941; pg. 17, 1


*Niemoller* 27. REICH CHURCH PLAN IS ASSAILED HERE
New York Times; Jan 4, 1942; pg. 38, 1

342. Nazi Pastor Led at Halfaya
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 20, 1942; pg. 7, 1

343. Books to Be Published During the Spring Months
New York Times (1857; Mar 8, 1942; pg. BR10, 9

344. SPIRITUAL CHURCH GAINS IN GERMANY
By Telephone to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 5, 1942; pg. 27, 1

*Niemoller*28. Religious Books Recently Published
New York Times; Apr 18, 1942; pg. 13, 1

345. Latest Books Received
New York Times; Apr 19, 1942; pg. BR24, 3

346. DR. ALICE SALOMON IS HONORED AT 70
New York Times; Apr 20, 1942; pg. 18, 1

347. LUTHERANS HEAR WAR ROLE URGED
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 2, 1942; pg. 14, 1

348. 'Religion Pays' in Deep, Eternal Satisfaction, Despite All Persecution, Dr. Merrill Declares
New York Times; Jul 27, 1942; pg. 13, 1

349. FIGHTERS IN CLERGY PRAISED BY ABBOT
New York Times (1857-Current; Aug 10, 1942; pg. 17, 1

350. The Nazi Fight Against Christianity
New York Times; Aug 30, 1942; pg. BR8, 1

351. AIDE OF NIEMOELLER DEAD ON EAST FRONT
By Telephone to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 15, 1942; pg. 45, 1

352. The Philippics of an Anti-Nazi
By AGNES E. MEYER; New York Times; Nov 15, 1942; pg. BR20

*Niemoller*29. Bishop Tells Prisoners Freedom Is in the Soul
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 26, 1942; pg. 13, 1


353. FREE GERMANS' MEET
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; May 9, 1943; pg. 19, 1

354. NIEMOELLER SPIRIT UNBROKEN AT DACHAU
By Telephone to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; May 22, 1943; pg. 2, 1

355. Christian and Nazi
By REINHOLD NIEBUHR; New York Times; Oct 3, 1943; pg. BR4, 1


356. CHRISTIANITY IS SEEN FIGHTING FOR ITS LIFE
New York Times; Jul 24, 1944; pg. 21, 1

357. Religious Books Recently Published
New York Times; Nov 18, 1944; pg. 11, 1


*Niemoller*30. From Isaiah to the Modern Pulpit
New York Times; Feb 18, 1945; pg. BR14, 1

358. CHURCHES TO WATCH PEACE CONFERENCE
New York Times; Apr 14, 1945; pg. 18, 1

359. MILITARY HOSPITAL TO BECOME REFUGE
By JOHN MacCORMAC By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 17, 1945; pg. 4, 1

360. Dachau Captured by Americans Who Kill Guards, Liberate 32,000
The New York Times (Sovfoto Radiophotos); New York Times; May 1, 1945; pg. 1, 2

361. Churches Persecuted Under Nazis' Paganism
Pastor Niemoeller Pre-Eminent in Opposition New York Times; May 2, 1945; pg. 6, 1

362. RIBBENTROP IS OUT BY DOENITZ ORDER
By CLIFTON DANIEL By Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES.Associated Press; New York Times; May 3, 1945; pg. 4, 1

363. Freed: Daladier, Blum, Reynaud, Niemoeller, Schuschnigg, Gamelin
New York Times; May 6, 1945; pg. 1, 2

364. War News Summarized
New York Times; May 6, 1945; pg. 1, 1

365. BOR, WINANT'S SON FREED FROM CAMP
New York Times; May 7, 1945; pg. 6, 1

366. Blum, Schuschnigg and Niemoeller Found With 130 Others in Italy
New York Times; May 8, 1945; pg. 12, 1

367. NIEMOELLER HOLDS CHURCH ONLY HOPE
New York Times; May 8, 1945; pg. 12, 1

368. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; May 8, 1945; pg. 20, 1

369. GOERING AND NIEMOELLER
New York Times; May 10, 1945; pg. 22, 1

370. ALLIES IN GERMANY BAR FOREIGN PRESS
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.The New York Times (U.S. Signal Corps Radiotelephotos); New York Times; May 11, 1945; pg. 3, 1

371. Abouts--
New York Times; May 13, 1945; pg. SM2, 1

372. Swiss Study Niemoeiler Entry
New York Times; May 22, 1945; pg. 6, 1

373. BISHOP SEES NEED FOR GERMANS' AID
By VIRGINIA LEE WARREN By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; May 23, 1945; pg. 5, 1

374. FREED PRIEST SEES POPE
By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; May 24, 1945; pg. 4, 1

375. LEIPZIG LUTHERANS SEEK FORGIVENESS
New York Times; May 28, 1945; pg. 5, 1

376. War News Summarized
New York Times; May 28, 1945; pg. 1, 1

377. YOUTH CALLED KEY TO GERMAN FUTURE
New York Times; Jun 1, 1945; pg. 6, 1

378. NIEMOELLER ASKS IRON RULE OF REICH
By SAM POPE BREWER By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 6, 1945; pg. 11, 1

379. War News Summarized
New York Times; Jun 6, 1945; pg. 1, 1

380. A HERO WITH LIMITATIONS
New York Times; Jun 7, 1945; pg. 18, 1

381. Topics of The Times
New York Times; Jun 8, 1945; pg. 18, 1

382. JOB OF RUNNING GERMANY HARDER THAN EXPECTED
By GLADWIN HILL By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 10, 1945; pg. E3, 1

383. SIDELIGHTS
New York Times; Jun 10, 1945; pg. E2, 1

384. Letters to The Times
ELEANOR J. PFUND.ELEVEN HOUSEWIVES.GEORGE WILLETT.MAX ROLNIK.HOWARD R. MARRARO.GRIDLEY ADAMS, Chairman,; New York Times; Jun 14, 1945; pg. 18, 1

385. NESBITT ASKS RETURN TO VITAL RELIGION
New York Times; Jun 18, 1945; pg. 14, 1

386. Letters to the Times
JAMES G. MITCHELL. New York, June 16, 1945.ALBERT HIRST. New York, June 15, 1945.HUGH WHITNEY MORRISON. New York, June 13, 1945.HANS KOHN. Northampton, Mass., June 9, 1945.ERNEST GRAY KELLER. New York, June 16, 1945.; New York Times (1857; Jun 20, 1945; pg. 22, 1

387. Reich 'Through for Century' Say 12 Generals Here by Air
By ALEXANDER FEINBERG; New York Times (1857-Current; Jun 25, 1945; pg. 1, 2

388. Niemoeller Talk Canceled By U.S. Occupation Force
By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 1, 1945; pg. 7, 1

389. CATHOLIC BISHOPS OF REICH CONVENE
By KATHLEEN McLAUGHLIN By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 22, 1945; pg. 13, 1

390. Lutherans Call Conference
By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 22, 1945; pg. 13, 1

391. Niemoeller Wars on Nazi Clergy
New York Times; Aug 29, 1945; pg. 12, 1

392. PASTOR NIEMOELLER STRICKEN AT PARLEY
New York Times; Sep 2, 1945; pg. 19, 1

393. REMAKING OF GERMANY IS PROVING SLOW WORK
By GLADWIN HILL By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Sep 9, 1945; pg. 73, 1

394. NIEMOELLER'S SON HOME
New York Times; Sep 29, 1945; pg. 11, 1

395. ALL GERMANS GUILTY, NIEMOELLER ASSERTS
New York Times; Oct 19, 1945; pg. 15, 1
"The German people themselves are to blame for their present sufferings and the "horrors of the past twelve years," the Rev. Martin Niemoeller asserted here at the first meeting of the newly created Council of the Evangelical Church of Germany."

396. Text of Indictment of Major War Criminals Before the International Military Tribunal
The New York TimesThe New York TimesThe New York TimesThe New York TimesThe New York TimesHarris & EwingThe New York TimesThe New York TimesThe New York Times StudioSovfoto The New York Times: Oct 19, 1945; pg. 11, 4

397. Article 2 -- No Title
The New York Times, 1934; New York Times (1857; Nov 10, 1945; pg. 11, 1

398. DR. HORST HOLSTEIN
New York Times; Nov 24, 1945; pg. 19, 1


399. RELIGIOUS LEADER IN GERMANY DEAD
New York Times; Jan 12, 1946; pg. 15, 1

400. FRITZ KUHN HOPES TO RETURN TO U.S.
New York Times; Feb 17, 1946; pg. 19, 1

401. Pan-Germanism, Militarism Goals Of Ex-Soldier Students at Erlangen
By DREW MIDDLETON By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 18, 1946; pg. 1, 2

402. Pope to Raise 32 Prelates To the Cardinalate Today
By SAM POPE BREWER By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 18, 1946; pg. 1, 2

403. PROTESTANTS OPEN GENEVA TALK TODAY
By KENNETH CAMBELL By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 20, 1946; pg. 4, 1

404. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Feb 21, 1946; pg. 22, 1

405. World Protestant Council Hears Niemoeller Admit Germans' Guilt
By KENNETH CAMPBELL By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 21, 1946; pg. 1, 2

406. GERMANS NAMED TO CHURCH POSTS
By HENNETH CAMPBELL By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 22, 1946; pg. 4, 1

407. PROTESTANTS PLAN ASSEMBLY IN 1948
By KENNETH CAMPBELL By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 23, 1946; pg. 1, 2

408. NIEMOELLER IS DEFENDED
New York Times; Feb 24, 1946; pg. 25, 1

409. Protestants Condemn Allies' Curbs On German Industry as Ruinous
By KENNETH CAMPBELL By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 24, 1946; pg. 1, 2

410. CHURCHMEN PLAN FOR WORLD PEACE
By THE RIGHT REV. HENRY ST. GEORGE TUCKER, Presiding Bishop, Protestant Episcopal Church; New York Times; Feb 25, 1946; pg. 7, 1

411. PROTESTANTS FORM POLITICAL BUREAU
By KENNETH CAMPBELL By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 25, 1946; pg. 7, 1

412. CHURCHMEN URGE PEACE OF 'MERCY'
By KENNETH CAMPBELL By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 26, 1946; pg. 2, 1

*Niemoller* 31. STRIPPING GERMANY OPPOSED BY FRASER
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 26, 1946; pg. 2, 1

413. U.S. COLONEL BANS ANTI-RUSSIAN TALK
By C.L. SULZBERGER By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 11, 1946; pg. 1, 2

414. CARDINAL GALEN, FOE OF NAZIS, 68
The New York Times, 1945; New York Times; Mar 23, 1946; pg. 12, 1

415. Only a Start in Re-educating the Germans
By DREW MIDDLETON; New York Times; Mar 31, 1946; pg. 94, 2

416. GRAVE FLAWS SEEN IN RULE IN GERMANY
By C.L. SULZBERGER By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857-Current; Apr 2, 1946; pg. 13, 1

417. NIEMOELLER TO HEAD NEW CHURCH COUNCIL
By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 13, 1946; pg. 8, 1

418. Control of 7-Up (Texas) Sold
New York Times; May 23, 1946; pg. 33, 1

419. DEGREE FOR NIEMOELLER
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; May 29, 1946; pg. 10, 1

420. GERMANS TO RUN PURGE OF CHURCH
By DANA ADAMS SCHMIDT By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 3, 1946; pg. 5, 1

421. U.S. ENVOY TO POPE CALLED TEMPORARY
New York Times; Jun 12, 1946; pg. 11, 1

422. PRAYER TOMORROW FOR PARIS PARLEY
By RACHEL K. McDOWELL; New York Times (1857; Jun 15, 1946; pg. 19, 1

423. Niemoeller Coming Here
New York Times; Jul 17, 1946; pg. 21, 1

424. BISHOP IS ANGERED BY HUNT FOR NAZIS
By Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 28, 1946; pg. 23, 1

*Niemoller* 32. DULLES DISCOUNTS PARIS CONFERENCE
The New York Times: Jul 30, 1946; pg. 5, 1

*Niemoller*33. CHRISTIAN SHARING CALLED ACID TEST
New York Times; Aug 5, 1946; pg. 19, 1

*Niemoller*34. WINTER FOOD CRISIS FEARED FOR EUROPE
New York Times; Aug 11, 1946; pg. 26, 1

425. Niemoeller Barred by Parley
New York Times; Aug 12, 1946; pg. 7, 1

*Niemoller*35. Books Published Today
New York Times; Aug 28, 1946; pg. 37, 1

426. THE STEPINATZ TRIAL
New York Times; Oct 3, 1946; pg. 26, 1

427. Impact of Nuremberg on the German Mind
By ROBERT M.W. KEMPNER; New York Times; Oct 6, 1946; pg. SM5, 3

428. NIEMOELLER ON VERDICTS
New York Times; Oct 9, 1946; pg. 17, 1

429. NIEMOELLER SEES GUILT
New York Times; Oct 28, 1946
; pg. 2, 1

430. Books--Authors
New York Times; Nov 12, 1946; pg. 47, 1

*Niemoller* 36. Religious Books Recently Published
New York Times; Nov 16, 1946; pg. 20, 1

431. GERMANS ON TRIAL IN ROME MASSACRE
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 18, 1946; pg. 5, 1

432. People Who Read and Write
New York Times; Nov 24, 1946; pg. 176, 1

433. Niemoeller to speak in U.S.
New York Times; Nov 26, 1946; pg. 19, 1

434. CHURCH COUNCIL TO MEET
New York Times; Dec 2, 1946; pg. 29, 1

435. PASTOR NIEMOELLER HERE
New York Times; Dec 3, 1946; pg. 3, 1

436. NIEMOELLER HERE FOR SPEAKING TOUR
New York Times; Dec 4, 1946; pg. 35, 1

437. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Dec 4, 1946; pg. 32, 1

438. NIEMOELLER TELLS OF CHRISTIAN FIGHT
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 5, 1946; pg. 32, 1

439. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Dec 5, 1946; pg. 30, 1

440. C.P. TAFT IS CHOSEN BY CHURCH COUNCIL
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 6, 1946; pg. 20, 1

*Niemoller*37. Books Published Today
New York Times; Dec 17, 1946; pg. 28, 1

441. NIEMOELLERS THANK U.S. FOR GOOD-WILL
New York Times; Dec 25, 1946; pg. 25, 1


442. CHURCHES' DESIGN TO BE TOPIC TODAY
New York Times; Jan 4, 1947; pg. 13, 1

443. NIEMOELLER TALKS SCHEDULED IN CITY
New York Times; Jan 18, 1947; pg. 13, 1

*Niemoller* 38. I Today's News Index
New York Times; Jan 18, 1947; pg. 24, 1

444. IT'S DIFFERENT OUT ON THE FARM
By JACK GOODMAN; New York Times; Jan 19, 1947; pg. X11, 1

445. New Comedy Show to Star Berle -- Other Items
By SIDNEY LOHMAN; New York Times; Jan 19, 1947; pg. X11, 1

446. END OF HATE URGED BY DR. NIEMOELLER
New York Times; Jan 20, 1947; pg. 35, 1

447. NIEMOELLER TELLS OF FIGHT OH HITLER
New York Times; Jan 21, 1947; pg. 8, 1

448. TodayAEs News Index
New York Times; Jan 21, 1947; pg. 24, 1

449. NIEMOELLER SAYS GOD, NOT MAN, BEAT HITLER
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 25, 1947; pg. 2, 1

*Niemoller*39. ANTI-SEMITISM END IN GERMANY DENIED
By DELBERT CLARKSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 25, 1947; pg. 4, 1

450. AID TO DP EMIGRANTS URGED BY TWO RABBIS
New York Times; Jan 26, 1947; pg. 25, 1

451. REPLIES TO HIS CRITICS
New York Times; Jan 27, 1947; pg. 3, 1

452. 76 Dropped in German School
New York Times; Feb 1, 1947; pg. 2, 1

453. Germany's "Inner Emigration"--and Some of the Survivors
By ALFRED WERNER; New York Times; Feb 2, 1947; pg. BR7, 2

454. JEWS HELD VICTIMS IN 'WAR OF NERVES'
New York Times; Feb 2, 1947; pg. 2, 1

455. NIEMOELLER CALLED 'UNFIT' AS A LEADER
New York Times; Feb 3, 1947; pg. 12, 1

456. BACKS NIEMOELLER TALK
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 8, 1947; pg. 2, 1

457. NIEMOELLER DEFENDED
New York Times; Feb 10, 1947; pg. 19, 1

458. End of Wartime Enmity Urged
New York Times; Feb 17, 1947; pg. 14, 1

459. Books Published Today
New York Times; Feb 28, 1947; pg. 21, 1

460. CHURCH GROUP TO MEET
New York Times; Mar 27, 1947; pg. 5, 1

*Niemoller*40. BAVARIAN SCHOOLS DOMINATED BY NAZI
By DELBERT CLARKSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 28, 1947; pg. 4, 1

461. BAVARIAN MINISTER OFFERS TO RESIGN
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 8, 1947; pg. 11, 1

462. NEMOELLER IN FAREWELL
New York Times; Apr 26, 1947; pg. 10, 1

463. ' DON'T LET US DOWN,' NIEMOELLER PLEADS
New York Times; Apr 28, 1947; pg. 19, 1

464. NIEMOELLER ASKS CHANGE IN POLICY
New York Times; May 11, 1947; pg. 15, 1

465. Today's Index
New York Times; May 11, 1947; pg. 63, 1

466. NIEMOELLER LEAVES U.S.
New York Times; May 20, 1947; pg. 13, 1

467. The Church and Germany
By ALBERT C. DIEFFENBACH; New York Times; May 25, 1947; pg. BR20, 1

468. FOREST OF THE DEAD. By Ernst Wiechert. Translated by Ursula Stechow. 135 pp. New York: Greenberg Publisher. $2.50.
By ALFRED WERNER; New York Times; Jun 8, 1947; pg. BR1, 2

469. Books of the Times
By ORVILLE PRESCOTT; New York Times; Jun 9, 1947; pg. 19, 1

*Niemoller*41. ' NAZI VICTIM' STATUS DENIED TO NIEMOLLER
New York Times; Jul 28, 1947; pg. 17, 1

470. CHURCH PARLEY ON TODAY
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 22, 1947; pg. 5, 1

471. Niemoeller Joins With Marxists To Combat Influence of Vatican
By DELBERT CLARKSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 19, 1947; pg. 9, 1

*Niemoller*42. GERMAN PARTY DENIES NIEMOLLER 'ALLIANCE'
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Sep 9, 1947; pg. 9, 1

472. EXCHANGE STUDENT HERE FROM GERMANY
New York Times; Sep 22, 1947; pg. 25, 1

473. Issues in German Conference
REINHOLD NIEBUHR.; New York Times; Oct 10, 1947; pg. 24, 1

474. Mr. Clark Replies
DELBERT CLARK.; New York Times; Oct 10, 1947; pg. 24, 1

475. AID EUROPE IN TIME, NIEMOELLER URGES
New York Times; Nov 27, 1947; pg. 18, 1

476. Today's News Inde*
New York Times; Nov 27, 1947; pg. 32, 1

477. Program for Peace: Internationalize the German Arsenal
By PETER VIERECK; New York Times; Nov 30, 1947; pg. BR3, 1


*Niemoller* 43. Church Leaders Appeal For Release of Prisoners
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 24, 1948; pg. 8, 1

478. ANTI-ALLIED WAVE RISING IN GERMANY
By JACK RAYMONDSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 3, 1948; pg. 6, 1

479. Today's News Index
New York Times; Feb 3, 1948; pg. 26, 1

480. NIEMOELLER'S STAND CONDEMNED BY CLAY
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 4, 1948; pg. 13, 1

481. ANTI-OCCUPATION SPIRIT DEVELOPING IN GERMANY
By DELBERT CLARKSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 8, 1948; pg. E4, 1

482. GERMANS FORESEE PARTY SHAKE-UPS
By DELBERT CLARKSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 8, 1948; pg. 29, 1

483. PROTESTANTS UNITE IN GERMAN COUNCIL
New York Times; Mar 21, 1948; pg. 27, 1

484. U.S. BACKS EASING OF DENAZIFICATION
By JACK RAYMONDSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 21, 1948; pg. 26, 1

485. DELEGATES BRIEFED FOR CHURCH PARLEY
New York Times; Apr 20, 1948; pg. 27, 1

486. Niemoeller Enters Soviet Zone
New York Times; Jul 8, 1948; pg. 2, 1

487. CHURCHMEN STUDY EAST-WEST SPLIT
By GEORGE DUGANSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Aug 27, 1948; pg. 5, 1


488. INTERFERENCE HIT BY CHURCH COUNCIL
By MICHAEL L. HOFFMANSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 11, 1949; pg. 3, 1

489. WORLD FRIENDSHIP TO BE HAILED HERE
By PRESTON KING SHELDON; New York Times; May 14, 1949; pg. 14, 1

490. CHURCHMEN MEET IN WORLD COUNCIL
By BENJAMIN WELLESSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 10, 1949; pg. 12, 1

491. NIEMOELLER ASKS DISMANTLING HALT
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 14, 1949; pg. 9, 1

492. Today's News Index
New York Times; Jul 14, 1949; pg. 28, 1

493. Niemoeller Off to Australia
New York Times; Aug 21, 1949; pg. 5, 1

494. NIEMOELLER LEAVES CITY
New York Times; Aug 22, 1949; pg. 19, 1

495. SOVIET AND WEST SCORED
New York Times; Nov 28, 1949; pg. 12, 1


496. Niemoeller's Nationalist Statements Stir a Critical Barrage in Germany
By JACK RAYMOND Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 2, 1950; pg. 2, 1

497. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jan 2, 1950; pg. 24, 1

498. MR. M'CLOY TO THE RUSSIANS
New York Times; Jan 4, 1950; pg. 34, 1

499. CHURCH IN GERMANY NAME AIDE IN U.S.
The New York Times: Feb 17, 1950; pg. 9, 1

*Niemoller* 44. GERMAN UNITY BID SPREADING IN WEST
By DREW MIDDLETON Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 18, 1950; pg. 1, 2

500. Niemoeller Accuses East, West
New York Times; Apr 21, 1950; pg. 12, 1

501. Niemoeller Leaves on Tour
New York Times; May 4, 1950; pg. 2, 1

502. The Hour of Crisis Nears in Germany
By EDWARD H. LITCHFIELD; New York Times; May 14, 1950; pg. 187, 4

503. 12 CHURCH PARLEYS SLATED IN TORONTO
By GEORGE DUGAN; New York Times; Jun 10, 1950; pg. 18, 1

504. NIEMOELLER EXPLAINS
New York Times; Jun 14, 1950; pg. 12, 1

505. CHURCHES TO OFFER PRAYERS FOR PEACE
By PRESTON KING SHELDON; New York Times; Jul 1, 1950; pg. 11, 1

506. CLERICS TO DEBATE CHURCH CRITICISM
By GEORGE DUGAN Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 9, 1950; pg. 59, 1

507. BISHOP SEES KOREA AS LESSON FOR U.N.
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 13, 1950; pg. 17, 1

508. CHURCH UNIT PLANS SOUTH AFRICA TRIP
By GEORGE DUGAN Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 15, 1950; pg. 14, 1

509. Will Preach Tomorrow On 'Faith Triumphant'
The New York Times: Jul 15, 1950; pg. 14, 1

510. NIEMOELLER SEES A WORLD IN DOUBT
New York Times; Jul 17, 1950; pg. 30, 1

511. SECT ACCUSES U.S. OF DISCRIMINATION
New York Times; Aug 5, 1950; pg. 18, 1

*Niemoller*45. ADENAUER EXPECTS DEPENSE BY WEST
By DREW MIDDLETON Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 12, 1950; pg. 24, 1

512. GERMAN REPORTED NAMED
New York Times; Oct 16, 1950; pg. 14, 1

513. PASTOR'S STORY IS DENIED
New York Times; Oct 17, 1950; pg. 11, 1

514. ADENAUER WARNS ON SOVIET THREAT
By DREW MIDDLETON Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 21, 1950; pg. 5, 1

*Niemoller*46. McCloy Aides Warn Bonn end Paris U.S. Loses Patience on Defense Lag
By JACK RAYMOND Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 4, 1950; pg. 1, 2

515. GERMAN 'PEACE' RALLY MEETS IN EAST BERLIN
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 5, 1950; pg. 21, 1

516. PEACE HELD SECURITY KEY
New York Times; Nov 6, 1950; pg. 3, 1

*Niemoller*47. SCHUMAN SUPPORTS PARITY OF GERMANS
By JACK RAYMOND Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 7, 1950; pg. 13, 1

517. NIEMOELLER HALTED IN ATTACK ON WEST
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 17, 1950; pg. 13, 1

518. NIEMOELLER CASE ARGUED
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 18, 1950; pg. 6, 1

519. Council Also Rebukes Adenauer
New York Times; Nov 19, 1950; pg. 10, 1

*Niemoller* 48. SOCIALISTS CARRY 2 GERMAN STATES AS FOES OF ARMING
By JACK RAYMOND Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times (1857; Nov 20, 1950; pg. 1, 2

520. WEST TO EYE VOTE IN BAVARIA TODAY
By JACK RAYMOND Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 26, 1950; pg. 30, 1

521. BONN MAPS CORDON TO END SPY-TRAFFIC
By DREW MIDDLETON Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES. The New York Times: Dec 5, 1950; pg. 23, 1

*Niemoller* 49. GERMAN REDS PUSH NEW 'UNITY' DRIVE
By DREW MIDDLETON Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 8, 1950; pg. 19, 1

*Niemoller* 50. GERMAN ARMS QUESTION GROWS MORE INVOLVED
By DREW MIDDLETON Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 31, 1950; pg. E5, 1


*Niemoller*51. ARMS TALKS START IN BONN ON TUESDAY
By DREW MIDDLETON Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 6, 1951; pg. 6, 1

*Niemoller*52. BONN ACCEPTS BID OF EAST WITH TERMS
By JACK RAYMOND Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 9, 1951; pg. 1, 2

522. NIEMOELLER ASKS ACCORD
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 13, 1951; pg. 15, 1

523. UNITED-GERMANY ISSUE HAS A STRONG APPEAL
By DREW MIDDLETON Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 14, 1951; pg. E5, 1

*Niemoller*53. REDS SAID TO PLAN GERMAN SABOTAGE
By JACK RAYMOND Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 21, 1951; pg. 19, 1

524. Niemoeller's Wife Excluded
New York Times; Jan 24, 1951; pg. 5, 1

525. Acheson Aids Frau Niemoeller
New York Times; Jan 27, 1951; pg. 5, 1

526. U.S. Visa Given Frau Niemoeller
New York Times; Feb 1, 1951; pg. 8, 1

527. Niemoeller Flying to U.S.
New York Times; Feb 2, 1951; pg. 4, 1

528. NIEMOELLER DENIES ARMS MEAN PEACE
New York Times; Feb 22, 1951; pg. 9, 1

529. SCORES REARMING
The New York Times: Feb 22, 1951; pg. 9, 1

530. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Feb 22, 1951; pg. 30, 1

531. Niemoeller Leaves for Home
New York Times; Feb 23, 1951; pg. 6, 1

532. CROWD IN GERMANY JEERS BRITISH AIDE
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 2, 1951; pg. 8, 1

533. NIEMOELLER HOLDS ARMS AIM ACHIEVED
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 5, 1951; pg. 9, 1

534. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Apr 5, 1951; pg. 30, 1

535. CHURCH CALLED POLITICAL
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 28, 1951; pg. 4, 1

536. NIEMOELLER SET BACK ON PLEBISCITE ISSUE
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jun 12, 1951; pg. 11, 1

*Niemoller*54. ARMING OPPOSITION DROPS IN GERMANY
By DREW MIDDLETON Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 19, 1951; pg. 10, 1

*Niemoller*55. Many Germans Found Wavering In Their Resistance to Rearming
By DREW MIDDLETON Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jul 31, 1951; pg. 10, 1


537. EAST GERMAN PAPERS DENOUNCE ADENAUER
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Sep 25, 1951; pg. 4, 1

538. LEO STEIN
New York Times; Oct 17, 1951; pg. 31, 1

539. NEUTRALIST VIEWS SCORED AT ZAGREB
By M.S. HANDLER Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Oct 26, 1951; pg. 9, 1

540. Arming Germans Seen as Risky
New York Times; Nov 5, 1951; pg. 7, 1

541. Letters to The Times
BOGDAN RADITSA.news. E.B. PAISLEY.PHILIP E. MOSELY.RAYMOND M. HILLIARD.Kashmir issue. U. AHMAD ANSARI,; New York Times (1857; Nov 6, 1951; pg. 28, 1

542. Letters to The Times
ROBERT INGRIM.HANSJOERG CZINGLAR.Brig. Gen. I. BENTLEY MOTT.HOWARD W. ELKINTON.TREVOR LLOYD.; New York Times; Dec 2, 1951; pg. 186, 1

543. NIEMOELLER PLANS A VISIT TO MOSCOW
By JACK RAYMOND Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 28, 1951; pg. 5, 1

544. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Dec 28, 1951; pg. 22, 1


545. M'CLOY SEES UNITY DRAWING GERMANY
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 1, 1952; pg. 3, 1

546. Pastor Rules Out "Politics"
New York Times; Jan 1, 1952; pg. 3, 1

547. Russians Greet Niemoeller
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 3, 1952; pg. 8, 1

548. RUSSIANS EXPECTED TO FREE GERMANS
By JACK RAYMONDSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 3, 1952; pg. 8, 1

549. REDS' VOTING PLAN SPURNED IN BONN
By JACK RAYMONDSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 4, 1952; pg. 4, 1

550. NIEMOELLER SEES ALEXIUS
New York Times; Jan 5, 1952; pg. 4, 1

551. Niemoeller in Moscow Services
New York Times; Jan 6, 1952; pg. 20, 1

552. NIEMOELLER MARKS RUSSIAN CHRISTMAS
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 7, 1952; pg. 2, 1

*Niemoller*57. Americans Held Outsmarted On German Unity Publicity
By JACK RAYMONDSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 7, 1952; pg. 6, 1

*Niemoller*58. NIEMOLLER FINISHES VISIT TO SOVIET UNION
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 8, 1952; pg. 10, 1

*Niemoller*59. Article 1 -- No Title
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 8, 1952; pg. 10, 1

553. CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by MARGARET FARRAR; New York Times; Jan 8, 1952; pg. 25, 1

554. SEES CHURCH TIE AIDED
New York Times; Jan 9, 1952; pg. 2, 1

555. NIEMOELLER BACK HOME
New York Times; Jan 10, 1952; pg. 10, 1

*Niemoller*60. UNITY MOVES SET BY WEST AND BONN
By JACK RAYMONDSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Jan 16, 1952; pg. 8, 1

556. VISHINSKY WARNS BONN
New York Times; Jan 24, 1952; pg. 8, 1

557. German Rearming Queried
JAMES FINUCANE,; New York Times; Jan 28, 1952; pg. 16, 1

558. Niemoeller to Tour U. S.
New York Times; Feb 15, 1952; pg. 3, 1

559. NIEMOELLER IS ACCUSED
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 16, 1952; pg. 5, 1

560. Church Role Opposed
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 20, 1952; pg. 4, 1

561. NIEMOELLER SEES BONN MOVE OFFSET
New York Times; Feb 20, 1952; pg. 4, 1

562. French Are Not Fully Satisfied With Terms -- Germans Unconvinced
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 24, 1952; pg. E3, 1

563. Niemoeller's Opposition to German Arms Is Disavowed by a Leader of His Church
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Feb 27, 1952; pg. 5, 1

564. NIEMOELLER URGES PARLEY FOR PEACE
New York Times; Mar 24, 1952; pg. 10, 1

565. Niemoeller Off for Frankfurt
New York Times; Mar 28, 1952; pg. 12, 1

566. Niemoeller Back In Germany
New York Times; Mar 29, 1952; pg. 5, 1

567. Niemoeller Invited by Russians
By Religious News Service.; New York Times; Apr 22, 1952; pg. 13, 1

568. Niemoeller Not Going to Moscow
New York Times; Apr 23, 1952; pg. 11, 1

569. GERMANS IN HESSE GO TO POLLS TODAY
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; May 4, 1952; pg. 22, 1

570. Article 2 -- No Title
New York Times; Aug 16, 1952; pg. 16, 1

571. REDS DENOUNCE DIBELIUS
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Sep 3, 1952; pg. 10, 1

*Niemoller*62. GERMAN CLERICS TO VISIT MOSCOW
By JACK RAYMONDSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Sep 27, 1952; pg. 5, 1

572. BISHOP SOMMER, 7t, METHODIST LEADER
Ik BY Religious News Service.; New York Times; Oct 18, 1952; pg. 19, 1

573. RED PARLEY ON UNITY OF GERMANY OPENED
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 9, 1952; pg. 30, 1

*Niemoller*63. CHRISTIAN YOUTH TALK
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Nov 27, 1952; pg. 45, 1

*Niemoller*64. YOUTH TO MEET DEC. 11
New York Times; Dec 6, 1952; pg. 24, 1

574. East German Reds Said to Order Ban on Visits by Bishop Dibelius
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 19, 1952; pg. 5, 1

*Niemoller*65. ON THE RADIO
New York Times; Dec 20, 1952; pg. 22, 1

*Niemoller*66. GANDHIAN GATHERING TO SEEK A PEACE PLAN
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Dec 30, 1952; pg. 4, 1


575. GERMAN REDS BID FOR BRITISH FAVOR
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Apr 26, 1953; pg. 20, 1

576. NIEMOELLER REQUESTS AID
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; May 3, 1953; pg. 19, 1

577. Niemoeller to Meet Soviet Aide
New York Times; May 9, 1953; pg. 5, 1

578. Russian Soothes Niemoeller
New York Times; May 10, 1953; pg. 32, 1

*Niemoller*67. Niemoller Sees New Hope
New York Times; Jun 17, 1953; pg. 11, 1

579. Role of German Socialists
HENRY M. PACHTER,; New York Times; Oct 3, 1953; pg. 16, 1


*Niemoller*68. Pact Foes of 6 Nations Act
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.; New York Times; Mar 22, 1954; pg. 3, 1

*Niemoller*69. Objective News Reporting
ALICE FRANKLIN BRYANT; New York Times; Apr 22, 1954; pg. 28, 1

*Dachau Archive Clipping* Niemoeller, Nazi Victim 'Meet' Again
Chicago Daily News, Aug 11, 1954. (meets Edgar Kupfer, who was also in Dachau)

580. Position on War at Issue
North American Newspaper Alliance.; New York Times; Aug 14, 1954; pg. 16, 1

581. ELECTION DELAYED BY CHURCH COUNCIL
By GEORGE DUGANSpecial to The New York Times.; New York Times; Aug 25, 1954; pg. 20, 1

582. CHURCH COUNCIL PICKS PRESIDIUM
By GEORGE DUGANSpecial to The New York Times.; New York Times; Aug 26, 1954; pg. 23, 1

583. CHURCH COUNCIL PRAISED
New York Times; Sep 19, 1954; pg. 88, 1

584. FAMILY LIFE TALKS PLANNED FOR 3,000
By PRESTON KING SHELDON; New York Times; Oct 2, 1954; pg. 15, 1

585. NIEMOELLER DECRIES FIGHTING AMONG MEN
New York Times; Oct 4, 1954; pg. 30, 1

586. ARMS AID CRITICIZED
New York Times; Oct 7, 1954; pg. 14, 1


*Niemoller*71. Dean of Chichester Dies in England at 75
Outspoken Foe of Nazism and Communism New York Times; Jan 20, 1955; pg. 31, 1

587. PROTESTANTS SPLIT ON GERMAN ARMING
Special to The New York Times.; New York Times; Mar 12, 1955; pg. 4, 1

588. Niemoeller to Visit East Zone
New York Times; Apr 12, 1955; pg. 16, 1

589. Niemoeller Quits Posts On German Church Unit
New York Times; May 14, 1955; pg. 6, 1

590. Swiss Detain Niemoeller
New York Times; Jul 23, 1955; pg. 3, 1

591. Niemoeller, Here, Warns On German Unity Delay
New York Times; Nov 10, 1955; pg. 5, 1

592. WAR IS 'MADNESS,' NIEMOELLER SAYS
New York Times; Nov 12, 1955; pg. 8, 1

593. DANGERS TO CHURCH SEEN BY NIEMOELLER
New York Times; Nov 21, 1955; pg. 22, 1

*Niemoller*72. NIEMOLLER TO LECTURE
New York Times; Nov 28, 1955; pg. 33, 1


594. Protestant Leaders Ask Nuclear Bomb Test End
The New York Times: Aug 1, 1956; pg. 7, 1

595. NIEMOELLER CALLS FOR COMPROMISES
Special to The New York Times.; New York Times; Aug 9, 1956; pg. 6, 1

*Niemoller*73. NIEMOLLER SEES HOPE
New York Times; Nov 4, 1956; pg. 89, 1

596. N.Y.U. To Honor Cleric Who Resisted the Nazis
New York Times; Dec 6, 1956; pg. 39, 1

597. PASTEUR KINSMAN CITED
New York Times; Dec 21, 1956; pg. 15, 1


598. Ambassador to Get N. Y. U. Medal
New York Times; Mar 21, 1957; pg. 15, 1

599. SURVEY CHARTED ON GLOBAL FAITH
By GEORGE DUGAN; New York Times; Jul 20, 1957; pg. 12, 1

600. Niemoeller Bound for U.S.
Special to The New York Times.; New York Times; Jul 26, 1957; pg. 9, 1

601. WEEK'S RADIO PROGRAMS
New York Times; Aug 18, 1957; pg. X10, 1

602. MANY CLERGYMEN RETURNING TO CITY
By STANLEY ROWLAND Jr.; New York Times; Sep 7, 1957; pg. 15, 1

603. NIEMOELLER SEES CHURCH FAILURES
New York Times; Sep 9, 1957; pg. 28, 1

604. Table of Contents 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Sep 9, 1957; pg. 2, 1

605. SERMONS IN BERLIN CITE CHURCH'S UNITY
Special to The New York Times.; New York Times; Oct 28, 1957; pg. 8, 1


606. ATOM BAN SOUGHT IN WEST GERMANY
Special to The New York Times.; New York Times; Mar 12, 1958; pg. 5, 1

607. First Hundred Days of the Hitler Nightmare
By FELIX F. HIRSCH; New York Times; May 11, 1958; pg. SM14, 5

608. LAMBETH PARLEY DRAWS ANGLICANS
By STANLEY ROWLAND Jr.; New York Times; Jun 28, 1958; pg. 20, 1

609. BISHOP BELLDIES
BRITISH PREL. ATE Special to The New'---ork Times. /; New York Times; Oct 4, 1958; pg. 21, 1

610. CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by MARGARET FARRAR; New York Times; Oct 18, 1958; pg. 19, 1

611. WORLD FIGURES ASK NUCLEAR TESTS' END
New York Times; Oct 31, 1958; pg. 5, 1


612. NIEMOELLER ASSAILED
Special to The New York Times.; New York Times; Jan 28, 1959; pg. 9, 1

613. CHURCH COUNCIL TO DISCUSS CURBS
New York Times; Aug 26, 1959; pg. 5, 1

614. RELIGIOUS BOOKS RECENTLY ISSUED
New York Times; Oct 17, 1959; pg. 15, 1


One web site (link) says Niemoeller was heard to have said the quotation at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia (link) in 1959 or 1960. The articles below may indicate he was in the US in March 1960. [he also visited the US in July 1957] (e-mailed CTS request for information on 11/4/04)

615. CITY PULPITS SET FOR NIEMOELLER
By GEORGE DUGAN; New York Times; Mar 5, 1960; pg. 22, 1

616.News Summary and Index \
New York Times; Mar 5, 1960; pg. 21, 1

617. NIEMOELLER SEES FAITH UNDER REDS
New York Times; Mar 7, 1960; pg. 26, 1

618. News Summary and Index \ New York Times (1857; Mar 7, 1960; pg. 31, 1

619. ISSUE OF DIBELIUS DEFINED BY LILJE
Special to The New York Times.; New York Times; Mar 14, 1960; pg. 36, 1

620. EISENHOWER HEARS SERMON ON PEACE
New York Times; Dec 26, 1960; pg. 17, 1


621. EAST BERLIN BARS WESTERN CLERICS
Special to The New York Times.; New York Times; Feb 13, 1961; pg. 5, 1

622. Niemoeller Injured, Wife Killed in Crash
Special to The New York Times.; New York Times; Aug 8, 1961; pg. 2, 1

623. Niemoeller Is Recovering
New York Times; Aug 9, 1961; pg. 22, 1

624. Niemoeller Continues to Gain
New York Times; Aug 10, 1961; pg. 3, 1

625. CHRISTIANS PRAY IN LAND OF HINDUS
By PAUL GRIMES Special to The New York Times.; New York Times; Nov 20, 1961; pg. 19, 1

626. 6 NAMED TO HEAD CHURCH COUNCIL
By GEORGE DUGANSpecial to The New York Times.; New York Times; Nov 30, 1961; pg. 10, 1

627. CHURCHMEN ELECT SIX TO PRESIDIUM
Special to The New York Times.; New York Times; Dec 1, 1961; pg. 14, 1


628. Catholics Laud Niemoeller, Now 70
Special to The New York Times.; New York Times; Jan 20, 1962; pg. 6, 1

629. Niemoeller Is Coming for Month-Long Visit
New York Times; Mar 31, 1962; pg. 18, 1

630. NIEMOELLER WARNS AGAINST RACE BIAS
New York Times; Apr 3, 1962; pg. 27, 1

631. NIEMOELLER OPPOSES 3 EXCOMMUNICATIONS
New York Times; Apr 30, 1962; pg. 22, 1

632. CHURCHMEN ISSUE WHITSUNDAY PLEA
By GEORGE DUGAN; New York Times; Jun 9, 1962; pg. 20, 1

*Niemoller* 76. Niemoller Renews Plea
New York Times; Oct 1, 1962; pg. 13, 1


*Niemoller*77. McCracken Calls Eternal Life Inherent in the Resurrection
New York Times; Apr 15, 1963; pg. 19, 1

633. BIBLE IN SCHOOLS TO BE DISCUSSED
By GEORGE DUGAN; New York Times; Jun 1, 1963; pg. 13, 1

*Niemoller*78. WORLD TALKS SET ON CHURCH POLICY
By GEORGE DUGAN; New York Times; Aug 24, 1963; pg. 17, 1

634. FEARS ARE EXAMINED BY DR. NIEMOELLER
New York Times; Aug 26, 1963; pg. 46, 1

635. CATHOLICS HONOR HEADS OF 2 FAITHS
By GEORGE DUGAN Special to The New York Times: Sep 2, 1963; pg. 16, 1


636. NIEMOELLER SPEAKS AT TWO CHURCHES
New York Times; Feb 24, 1964; pg. 34, 1

637. CHURCHMEN URGE CHRISTIAN CHANGE
New York Times; May 16, 1964; pg. 14, 1

638. TODAY'S TELEVISION PROGRAMS
New York Times; May 24, 1964; pg. X15, 1

639. Niemoeller Is Retiring As Leader of Church
New York Times; Jul 24, 1964; pg. 24, 1

640. Niemoeller: 'Un-American'
New York Times; Jul 24, 1964; pg. 11, 1

641. Religious Practice of Speaking in Tongues Will Be Studied
New York Times; Jul 25, 1964; pg. 12, 1

642. TELEVISION THIS WEEK
New York Times; Sep 27, 1964; pg. X21, 2


643. German Theologian Charges Lack of Democracy in Bonn
New York Times; Feb 7, 1965; pg. 29, 1

644. Clergymen Clash on Role In Major National Issues
By M.S. HANDLER; New York Times; Feb 21, 1965; pg. 1, 2

645. NIEMOELLER DENIES NEED OF CONFORMITY
New York Times; Mar 15, 1965; pg. 27, 1

646. CLERGYMEN URGE U.N. VIETNAM ROLE
By M.S. HANDLER; New York Times; Jul 12, 1965; pg. 3, 1

647. Germans Protest on Vietnam
New York Times; Aug 19, 1965; pg. 2, 1

648. RADIO-TODAY'S LEADING EVENTS
New York Times; Aug 22, 1965; pg. X14, 1

649. NEW AUSCHWITZ TRIALS ANNOUNCED
By Philip Shabecoff; New York Times; Sep 30, 1965; pg. SU1_2, 1

650. Leader of New Left Is a Quaker Teacher at Yale
Special to The New York Times: Dec 28, 1965; pg. 10, 1


651. Radio
New York Times; Jun 30, 1966; pg. 79, 1

652. Radio
New York Times; Jul 2, 1966; pg. 21, 1

*Niemoller*79. Niemoller and Muste Among Clerics on Hanoi Trip
New York Times; Dec 29, 1966; pg. 4, 1

*Niemoller*80. LONDON URGES U.S., HANOI AND SAIGON TO MEET AT ONCE
By DANA ADAMS SCHMIDT Special to The New York Times; New York Times (1857-Current; Dec 31, 1966; pg. 1, 2


*Niemoller*81. HO CHI MINH STRESSES WITHDRAWAL BY U.S.
New York Times; Jan 11, 1967; pg. 2, 1

*Niemoller*82. NIEMOLLER REPORTS HO CHI MINH VIEWS
Special to The New York Times: Jan 14, 1967; pg. 2, 1

*Niemoller*83. Niemoller to Visit U.S.
New York Times; Jan 28, 1967; pg. 5, 1

*Niemoller*84. Lenin Prizes Won By Dr. Niemoller And Rockwell Kent
New York Times; May 1, 1967; pg. 1, 2

*Niemoller*85. News Summary and Index
New York Times; May 1, 1967; pg. 39, 1

*Niemoller*86. Niemoller to Give $11,000 For Medical Aid to Hanoi
New York Times; Sep 4, 1967; pg. 3, 1

*Niemoller*87. Niemoller Joins an Appeal For the Release of Hess
Special to The New York Times: Oct 1, 1968; pg. 9, 1

*Niemoller*88. Kurt Gerstein
By ARTHUR A. COHEN; New York Times; Apr 13, 1969; pg. BR10, 1


*Niemoller*89. Article 8 -- No Title
New York Times; May 17, 1970; pg. 294, 1

*Niemoller*90. Bishop Hanns Lilje, A Lutheran Leader, Is Dead in Germany
New York Times; Jan 7, 1977; pg. 19, 1

*Niemoller*91. Bonn Accepts Swiss as Intermediary With Terrorists
By PAUL HOFMANN Special to The New York Times: Sep 10, 1977; pg. 5, 1

653. Industrialist's Kidnappers Send Bonn New Message
New York Times; Sep 12, 1977; pg. 3,

*Niemoller*92. Letters
New York Times; Oct 30, 1977; pg. 181, 1

*Niemoller*93. Bonn Is Annoyed At Plan for Inquiry On Human Rights
Special to The New York Times: Nov 13, 1977; pg. 11, 1


*Niemoller*94. INSIDE
New York Times; Mar 8, 1984; pg. A1, 1

*Niemoller*95. Martin Niemoller, Resolute Foe of Hitler
By ERIC PACE; New York Times; Mar 8, 1984; pg. D22, 1

*Niemoller*96. Nationalist Anti-Nazi
By Norman K. Gottwald; New York Times; Jan 13, 1985; pg. BR17, 1
MARTIN NIEMOLLER 1892-1984 By James Bentley. Illustrated. 253 pp. New York: The Free Press/Macmillan. $16.95.
THE lives of famous but superficially known men are not easy to write. Martin Niemoller, the German pastor who reluctantly led the clerical resistance to Hitler, might have been trivialized as an icon. But James Bentley's "Martin Niemoller" shows him in all his contradictions -- a stubborn individualist and German nationalist who resisted the Nazi infiltration and manipulation of the Protestant Churches and after the ...

*Niemoller*97. The New York Times Book Reviews January 13, 1985
New York Times; Jan 13, 1985; pg. BR4, 1

*Niemoller*98. Martin Niemoller
DAVID MCREYNOLDS; New York Times; Feb 10, 1985; pg. 378, 1

*Niemoller*99. Dole Requests Reagan Cancel Visit to Bitburg
By BERNARD WEINRAUB Special to The New York Times: Apr 25, 1985; pg. A1, 2

*Niemoller*654. NEW JERSEY GUIDE
Frank Emblen; New York Times; Nov 1, 1987; pg. NJ16, 2

*Niemöller*8. Woody Allen and 'Self-Hating Jew' Drivel
ARTHUR MITCHELL; New York Times; Feb 26, 1988; pg. A34, 1


655. The Man in the Middle of the Noriega Mess
By DAVID JOHNSTON Special to The New York Times: Nov 16, 1990; pg. B6, 1

*Chicago Tribune*Three anniversary issues from Germany; [FINAL EDITION, C]
Dominic Sama, Knight-Ridder Tribune News.. Chicago Tribune . Chicago, Ill.: Jan 5, 1992. pg. 7 column: Hobbies
Germany will begin its 1992 stamp program Jan. 9 with three anniversary issues, a new coat of arms definitive and another definitive in the women in history series.
The 100th birth anniversary of Protestant theologian Martin Niemoller will be depicted on the 100-pfennig commemorative. Niemoller was an outspoken critic of Hitler and his anti-Jewish policy. He was jailed in 1937 and held in a concentration camp ...

*Niemoller*101. Unless We All Speak Up for Salman Rushdie
SYLVIA WEISER WENDEL; New York Times; Jan 14, 1992; pg. A22, 1

656. Heinrich Albertz, 78, Anti-Nazi Clergyman
New York Times; May 19, 1993; pg. D21, 1


The articles below are from the 1996-2004 database.
Keywords: Niemoeller and Niemoller

THE ARTS/CULTURAL DESK | October 6, 1998, Tuesday $
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By RALPH BLUMENTHAL (NYT) Obituary (Obit); Biography 516 words

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Corrections
(NYT) Correction 107 words

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Word for Word/The Case Against the Nazis; How Hitler's Forces Planned To Destroy German Christianity
By JOE SHARKEY (NYT) 1446 words


Niemoeller mentioned in "Dear Abby" [from the Chicago Tribune archive, 1985-1997]

1. A POIGNANT REMINDER TO SPEAK UP AND OUT
Abigail Van Buren.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 11, 1994; pg. 7
Dear Abby-I've just seen "Schindler's List," a very powerful movie that every American should see. I was reminded of a piece you had in your column titled "I Didn't Speak Up." Now that "Schindler's List" has won seven Academy Awards, that column merits repeating.
"In Germany, the Nazis first came for the communists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a communist. Then they came ...


2. Nervy employee takes free lunch too far
Abigail Van Buren.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 29, 1993; pg. 15
Dear Abby: When is stealing not considered stealing? I work for a large firm. We were told stealing from the company could be grounds for immediate dismissal, so I want to know what you think constitutes theft.
Each guest was allowed to order from the menu. One employee ordered three times as much as she could eat, and joked that she was having dinner guests that ...


3. Code of ethics holds no answers for Chicago's priests
Eugene Kennedy.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 22, 1993; pg. 9
When Moses came down from the mountain with the Ten Commandments, he did not hand out a Code of Ethics to the people for whom such a commentary would have been superfluous. God was no waster of words, they knew, and the decalogue, as time has proved, covered human moral possibilities with a conciseness that contemporary preachers might envy but seldom imitate.
Pastor Martin Niemoeller, the ...


4. Forgotten women
Mary Fisher.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 23, 1992; pg. 4
Mary Fisher, 44, the mother of two young sons and daughter of wealthy Republican contributor Max Fisher, carries the human immunodeficiency virus that causes AIDS. This is the text of her speech Wednesday to the Republican National Convention.
-Less than three months ago, at platform hearings in Salt Lake City, I asked the Republican Party to lift the shroud of silence which has been draped over ...


5. Not a victim but a messenger
Mary Fischer. Reuters transcript.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 20, 1992; pg. 8
Mary Fisher, a Florida mother with AIDS who addressed the Republican National Convention, said Thursday she hoped her speech was the beginning of a dialogue in the party in which her family has played a prominent role.
The daughter of 84-year-old Max Fisher, who is Jewish, a Michigan millionaire and a longtime Republican insider and friend of Gerald Ford and his family, compared the AIDS epidemic ...


6. Speak up for others so they can for you
Abigail Van Buren.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 12, 1991; pg. 9
Just today I watched a television talk show where a vocal minority made some very convincing comments against our involvement in the war against Iraq. Although I would not wish to silence that group's warnings, because I, too, felt uneasy about our entering yet another war, I'm enclosing a gem of a piece that appeared in your column. Please print it again. It is timeless. ...

7. Pastor's words tell us to speak up
Abigail Van Buren; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 31, 1990; pg. 9
Dear Abby: I have been reading your column ever since I was old enough to read a newspaper. My younger brother has just joined Amnesty International, the group that helps to free political prisoners around the world.
When he told me he had joined, I told him about a wonderful piece I had read in your column several years ago. I don't recall who wrote it, ...


8. BIGOTRY SHOULD NEVER BE TOLERATED
Abigail Van Buren; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 11, 1987; pg. 2
Dear Abby: Not long ago, an acquaintance told me that her 5-year-old son had had an accident. She told me that when she took him to the hospital for emergency care she said, "I want a white, American doctor, and don't let my son bleed to death while you're looking for one."
Dear Color Blind: You should have said exactly what you thought--that she was an ...


9. WHEN JOKE-TELLING TURNS RACIAL, TIME TO SPEAK UP
Abigail Van Buren; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 25, 1986; pg. 2
Dear Abby: I am interested in obtaining an item that appeared in your column. I can't remember exactly how it went, but it contained an important message for people who did not want to get involved with the persecution of minorities because it didn't concern them. For example:
I hope you know the piece I am referring to, Abby. I need it for a speech I ...


NYT Index 1897-1995: Howard Samuels (as author), 14 total matches

1. Budget Cut for State College Criticized
HOWARD J. SAMUELS; New York Times; Apr 24, 1965; pg. 28, 1
Your April 14 "Funds for the City's Schools" editorial is a timely reminder and reflects an understanding of the educational challenge confronting us.

2. One-House State Legislature Advocated
HOWARD SAMUELS; New York Times; Jun 11, 1965; pg. 30, 1
I read with great interest your June 5 editorial urging Governor Rockefeller to approve a referendum this November on the calling of a state constitutional convention. This bill is easily one of the most important passed by this session of the Legislature and your concern about the Governor's silence in this matter is timely.

3. Revision of State Constitution
HOWARD J. SAMUELS Chairman, Citizens Committee for a Constitutional Convention; New York Times; Oct 15, 1965; pg. 44, 1
The Citizens Committee for a Constitutional Convention greatly appreciates The Times's editorial endorsement on Oct. 11 of the need for a thorough revision of the New York State Constitution.

4. For Vote on Issues
HOWARD J. SAMUELS; New York Times; Nov 1, 1965; pg. 40, 1
As voters throughout New York State prepare to go to the polls, the Citizens Committee for a Constitutional Convention urges all of them to make a special effort to vote on the three propositions, one question, and nine proposed amendments to the Constitution which will appear on all ballots.

5. Party Future at Stake
HOWARD J. SAMUELS; New York Times; Oct 18, 1969; pg. 32, 1
Beneath the surface clatter of angry charges and countercharges in this mayoral campaign there remains a major unspoken issue -- the future of the New York State Democratic party.

6. Samuels' Position on Gambling
HOWARD SAMUELS; New York Times; Jan 25, 1971; pg. 42, 1
The Times editorial ("Las Vegas East," Jan. 8) gave an erroneous impression of my position regarding casino gambling in New York State. I do "warmly applaud" Senate Majority Leader Earl Brydges's proposal to amend the State Constitution, for I would like to see the total proscriptions concerning gambling removed from the New York State Constitution.

7. Sports Editor's Mailbox: On OTB
ABBOT M. GEERMARK FREEDMANDAVID ZINMANMARION J. LEVY Jr.HOWARD SAMUELS; New York Times; Feb 10, 1974; pg. 219, 1
To The Editor: A recent article in The Times (Jan. 10, 1974) reported, on the basis of what was described as a Police Department "white paper," that there has been a rise in betting with organized crime which may be the result of the creation of the Off-Track Betting Corporation.

8. New York City and the Oil Problem
By Howard J. Samuels; New York Times; Nov 29, 1974; pg. 39, 1
Every day we read reams of words on the energy crisis, the recession, and their national and international effects. But I've read little about the impact of these problems on the world's greatest city. The fact is that these crises are greatly accelerating New York's social and economic problems.

9. Facing Up to It
By Howard J. Samuels; New York Times; Jun 5, 1975; pg. 37, 1
The solutions suggested so far for New York city's budget crisis tend to be temporary palliatives which could further compound the city's long-term financial and economic problems.

10. The Price of New York's Capitulation
By Howard Samuels; New York Times; Dec 2, 1975; pg. 39, 1
The "cure" for New York's fiscal crisis may prove to be worse than the disease. There is growing evidence that orderly default might have been a more reasonable alternative to the wounds we are inflicting on our city.

11. COMMENT Investing in People
By HOWARD J. SAMUELS; New York Times; Oct 11, 1981; pg. F2, 1
THE Reagan Administration's drastic reduction in funds for education, job training, day care, student loans and a host of seemingly expendable social services are the worst sorts of false economies.

12. Article 6 -- No Title
By HOWARD J. SAMUELS; New York Times; Jul 25, 1982; pg. S2, 1
WHEN I took over as president of the North American Soccer League one month ago today, I told everyone involved that I didn't have all the answers. Not by a long shot.

13. Properly Fighting Inflation
By Howard J. Samuels; New York Times; Nov 18, 1982; pg. A27, 1
The Federal Reserve Board's policies have at last reduced inflation, but nobody except Wall Street is cheering. The rest of us are too conscious of casualties in the war against inflation: 11.55 million unemployed, a wave of business failures, three years of stalling in both United States and world economic growth.

14. Team America: A Clearer Role
HOWARD J. SAMUELS; New York Times; Dec 19, 1982; pg. S2, 1
Ricky Davis of the Cosmos epitomizes the home-bred, new-generation American soccer player who will one day make the game as popular in the United States as it is in the rest of the world.


NYT Index 1897-1995: Samuels Buchenwald, 5 matches 1897-1995, some 1996-

1. Three 'Brothers'--A Good Neighbor Story / Tonny and Apple, war waifs, now have the same 'parents' as Linky, an American boy.
By GERTRUDE SAMUELS; New York Times; Sep 29, 1946; pg. 126, 2
TONNY, an only child, was born in Amsterdam eleven years ago. His father was taken by the Nazis as slave labor and has never been heard from. He and his mother lived on sugar beets and tulip bulbs under the German occupation--until Tonny developed a hunger edema. His growth was stunted, his body covered with sores because of malnutrition.

2. No Child is Given Up
By GERTRUDE SAMUELS; New York Times; Sep 17, 1950; pg. 214, 1

3. The New Sound of Radio
By WILLIAM H. HONAN; New York Times; Dec 3, 1967; pg. 323, 11

4. Nazi Experience Stirs Samuels To Co-Direct Jews' Fund Drive
By IRVING SPIEGEL; New York Times; May 4, 1975; pg. 10, 1
In April, 1945, Howard J. Samuels was a lieutenant colonel with Gen. George Patton's Third Army as it liberated survivors of the Nazi concentration camp at Buchenwald.

5. Howard Samuels, Industrialist and Politician, Dies
By FRANK LYNN; New York Times; Oct 27, 1984; pg. 33, 1
Howard J. Samuels, who became a millionaire before he was 40 years old and then turned to a career in government and politics, died of a heart attack yesterday at his Manhattan apartment after complaining to his wife of chest pains. He was 64 years old. [born 1920]

FOREIGN DESK | February 5, 1996, Monday $
New Effort to Clear an Anti-Nazi Martyr Still Branded a Traitor
By STEPHEN KINZER (NYT) DISPLAYING FIRST 50 OF 626 WORDS -
In the eyes of many Germans, few 20th-century heroes seem braver or more inspirational than the martyred anti-Nazi theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Yet in the eyes of the law, he is a traitor. ... Hoping to remedy this contradiction, a group of politicians, human rights advocates and Lutheran clergy announced plans...

ARTS AND LEISURE DESK | March 3, 1996, Sunday $
ART;Over Their Shoulders, an Iron Hand
By AMEI WALLACH DISPLAYING FIRST 50 OF 1463 WORDS -
IT HAS BEEN TWO decades since the first historical survey of Hitler's official art raised such an outcry that the Frankfurter Kunstverein, which mounted the exhibition, found it necessary to publish a book of the outraged reactions. ... Since then, the Soviet Union has crashed, exposing dreary truths about the...

* found under Samuels Niemoeller*

CLASSIFIED | October 26, 1997, Sunday
Paid Notice: Memorials SAMUELS, HOWARD J.
(NYT) Paid Memorial Notice 18 words
SAMUELS-Howard J. October 26, 1984. The heart shall not forget my man for all seasons. See you, pal. B.B.F.

CLASSIFIED | October 26, 1998, Monday
Paid Notice: Memorials SAMUELS, HOWARD J.
(NYT) Paid Memorial Notice 14 words
SAMUELS-Howard J. 10/26/84. My man for all seasons. Your legacy survives. Love, Doc. B.B.F.

CLASSIFIED | October 26, 1999, Tuesday
Paid Notice: Memorials SAMUELS, HOWARD J.M 10
(NYT) Paid Memorial Notice 15 word

CLASSIFIED | October 26, 2000, Thursday
Paid Notice: Memorials SAMUELS, HOWARD J.
(NYT) Paid Memorial Notice 17 words Published: 10 - 26 - 2000 Thursday, Late Edition - Final , Section B , Column 1 , Page 10
SAMUELS-Howard J. 10/26/84. To my heart you carried the key. My man-for all seasons. See you, partner-BBF

CLASSIFIED | October 26, 2001, Friday
Paid Notice: Memorials SAMUELS, HOWARD J.
(NYT) Paid Memorial Notice 17 words Published: 10 - 26 - 2001 Friday, Late Edition - Final , Section A , Column 3 , Page 21
SAMUELS-Howard J., 10/26/84. How deeply missed you are in these perilous times-and always. See you, partner. B.B.F.

CLASSIFIED | October 26, 2002, Saturday * found under Samuels Niemoeller*
Paid Notice: Memorials SAMUELS, HOWARD J.
(NYT) Paid Memorial Notice 13 words
Published: 10 - 26 - 2002 , Late Edition - Final , Section B , Column 1 , Page 8
SAMUELS-Howard J. 10/26/84-To my heart you carried the key. See you, partner, B.B.F.

CLASSIFIED | October 26, 2003, Sunday * found under Samuels Niemoeller*
Paid Notice: Memorials SAMUELS, HOWARD J.
(NYT) Paid Memorial Notice 14 words Published: 10 - 26 - 2003 , Late Edition - Final , Section 1 , Column 3 , Page 27
SAMUELS--Howard J. 1984 19 years-an eternity. Love and memories-undiminished. See you, partner. B.B.F.

CLASSIFIED | October 26, 2004, Tuesday *also found under Samuels Niemoeller*
Paid Notice: Memorials SAMUELS, HOWARD J. 20 words Published: 10 - 26 - 2004 , Late Edition - Final , Section C , Column 3 , Page 19
SAMUELS--Howard J. Oct 26, 1984. My love, my man for all time. See you in eternity, partner. Always, Doc/B.B.F.


NYT Index 1897-1995: "Howard Samuels" (in quotation marks), 560 total matches

10. Senior's Thesis Lands a Diploma -- And a $10,000,000 Business
New York Times; Oct 18, 1955; pg. 53, 2

11. ON RADIO
New York Times; Sep 19, 1956; pg. 75, 1

12. National Distillers and Chemical Buys Kordite Unit From Textron
New York Times; Aug 5, 1958; pg. 33, 2

13. MAYOR RULES OUT GOVERNOR RACE
DECISION 'FINAL' By RICHARD P. HUNT; New York Times; Apr 29, 1962; pg. 1, 2

14. DEMOCRATS WEIGH BID FOR GOVERNOR
By RICHARD P.HUNT; New York Times; Apr 30, 1962; pg. 1, 2

15. KORDITE ACQUIRED BY SOCONY MOBIL
By JOHN J. ABELE; New York Times; Jul 21, 1962; pg. 37, 1

16. Wagner Indicates He'll Give Choice For Governor Soon
By RICHARD P. HUNT; New York Times; Aug 25, 1962; pg. 1, 2

17. Letters to The Times
New York Times; Sep 1, 1962; pg. 18, 1

18. LEADING EVENTS ON RADIO TODAY
New York Times; Sep 16, 1962; pg. 146, 1

19. TODAY'S TELEVISION PROGRAMS
New York Times; Sep 16, 1962; pg. 147, 1

20. Events Today
New York Times; Apr 25, 1963; pg. 30, 1

21. New 'President's Club' to Stage Kennedy Birthday Dinner Here
New York Times; May 5, 1963; pg. 84, 1

22. Events Today
New York Times; Jan 9, 1964; pg. 38, 1

23. JOHNSON PLEDGES ISRAEL WATER AID WITH ATOM POWER
By HOMER BIGART; New York Times; Feb 7, 1964; pg. 1, 2

24. A BUTTON SPROUTS FOR VICTOR ON L.I.
By RONALD MAIORANASpecial to The New York Times: Nov 8, 1964; pg. 70, 1

25. RADIO-TODAY'S LEADING EVENTS
New York Times; Jan 24, 1965; pg. X19, 1

26. Television This Week
New York Times; Jan 24, 1965; pg. X17, 1

27. MAYOR DISCLAIMS ROLE IN G.O.P. BID
By DOUGLAS DALES; New York Times; Feb 4, 1965; pg. 20, 1

28. One-House State Legislature Advocated
HOWARD SAMUELS; New York Times; Jun 11, 1965; pg. 30, 1

29. QUOTATIONS FROM THE CONFERENCE
New York Times; Jul 25, 1965; pg. E9, 1

30. $1,000-a-Plate Buffet Assists State's Democrats
New York Times; Dec 15, 1965; pg. 40, 1

31. CHANGES SOUGHT IN U.S. JOB AGENCY
By DAVID R. JONESSpecial to The New York Times: Dec 30, 1965; pg. 32, 1

32. Campaign Seeks Governorship for Roosevelt Jr.
By WARREN WEAVER Jr.; New York Times; Jan 21, 1966; pg. 20, 1

33. Rockefeller's Announcement
New York Times; Apr 9, 1966; pg. 17, 1

34. Javits vs. Kennedy?
New York Times; May 6, 1966; pg. 46, 1

35. Events Today
New York Times; May 24, 1966; pg. 49, 1

36. SILVERMAN'S RACE SCORED IN HARLEM
By THOMAS P. RONAN; New York Times; Jun 10, 1966; pg. 38, 1

37. Television This Week
New York Times; Jul 24, 1966; pg. 79, 2

38. Roosevelt Warns Again About 'Deal' In Governor Race
New York Times; Aug 5, 1966; pg. 18, 1

39. Cloudy Days for New York's Democrats
By FRANK S. ADAMS; New York Times; Aug 8, 1966; pg. 26, 1

40. Radio
New York Times; Aug 8, 1966; pg. 55, 1

41. KENNEDY LIKELY TO TAKE NO STAND IN GOVERNOR RACE
By TERENCE SMITH; New York Times; Aug 9, 1966; pg. 1, 2

42. The Senator Is Neutral
New York Times; Aug 17, 1966; pg. 30, 1

43. Governor Is Accused of 'Buying' Election
Lies, Spad Replies New York Times; Aug 22, 1966; pg. 27, 1

44. Letters to the Editor of The Times
New York Times; Aug 22, 1966; pg. 32, 1

45. RADIO-TODAY'S LEADING EVENTS
New York Times; Sep 4, 1966; pg. 82, 1

46. O'CONNOR'S DRIVE STARTED IN 1959
By TERENCE SMITH Special to The New York Times: Sep 8, 1966; pg. 50, 1

47. Rockefeller Renominated, Pledges Fight on 'Bosses'
By RICHARD L. MADDEN Special to The New York Times: Sep 9, 1966; pg. 1, 2

48. Letters to the Editor of The Times
New York Times; Sep 27, 1966; pg. 46, 1

49. Television
New York Times; Sep 27, 1966; pg. 75, 1

50. A.F.L.-C.I.O. TO STAY NEUTRAL IN RACE
By DAMON STETSON; New York Times; Sep 29, 1966; pg. 41, 1

51. Johnson Names Columbia Professor U.S. Judge
New York Times; Oct 18, 1966; pg. 35, 1

52. KENNEDY OFFERS CHARTER ADVICE
By RICHARD L. MADDEN Special to The New York Times: Nov 2, 1966; pg. 34, 1

53. Another Opinion
New York Times; Nov 6, 1966; pg. 231, 1

54. Art Notes
By GRADE GLUECK; New York Times; Nov 6, 1966; pg. 169, 1

55. Goldberg for Senate? 'What a Race!'
By RICHARD REEVESThe New York Times (by George Tames); New York Times; Mar 19, 1967; pg. E3, 1

56. SAMUELS RENTING APARTMENT HERE
By CLAYTON KNOWLES; New York Times; Jul 3, 1967; pg. 15, 1

57. The Proceedings In Washington
New York Times; Dec 1, 1967; pg. 10, 1

58. Law Enforcement Tops Agenda For Johnson-Governors Meeting
By ROY REEDSpecial to The New York Times: Feb 26, 1968; pg. 18, 1

59. Crisis Over Slicing a Bigger Pie Is Mainly Political
By ALBERT L. KRAUS; New York Times; Apr 24, 1968; pg. 59, 2

60. Misinformation Charged by Chicago Protesters
By THOMAS A. JOHNSONSpecial to The New York Times: Aug 31, 1968; pg. 11, 1

61. Gloria Vanderbilt Has One-Woman Art Show in Washington
By JUDITH AXLERSpecial to The New York Times: Oct 2, 1968; pg. 42, 1

62. S.B.I.C.'s Languish
By EDWIN L. DALE Jr.Special to The New York Times: Feb 16, 1969; pg. F1, 2

63. Procaccino Enters Contest for Mayor
By RICHARD REEVES; New York Times; Feb 19, 1969; pg. 1, 2

64. Badillo to Enter Race in Two Weeks
By RICHARD REEVES; New York Times; Mar 14, 1969; pg. 47, 1

65. SAMUELS ENLISTS IN LINDSAY DRIVE
By RICHARD REEVES; New York Times; Jul 8, 1969; pg. 28, 1

66. Mayor Lindsay and the Anti-Party Politics of the Future
By JAMES RESTON; New York Times; Jul 9, 1969; pg. 42, 1

67. Move Toward Coalition
New York Times; Jul 9, 1969; pg. 42, 1

68. Mayoralty
-- RICHARD REEVES; New York Times; Jul 13, 1969; pg. E5, 1

69. Mrs. Bingham Tells of Welfare Diet
New York Times; Jul 29, 1969; pg. 75, 1

70. Samuels Criticizes Rockefeller For His Appointments to P.S.C.
New York Times; Aug 20, 1969; pg. 34, 1

71. Procaccino's Record
MICHAEL LATTMANMARIO DI BELARDINOJULIUS GONZALESJAMES GARGAN; New York Times; Oct 28, 1969; pg. 46, 1

72. HELP TO LINDSAY VOWED BY MARCHI AND PROCACCINO
By RICHARD REEVES; New York Times (1857-Current; Nov 7, 1969; pg. 1, 2

73. LINDSAY PLANNING LITTLE CITY HALLS WITH MORE POWER
By MARTIN TOLCHIN; New York Times; Nov 8, 1969; pg. 1, 2

74. Gen. Wilson Backed
CHESTER D. HANSON; New York Times; Nov 14, 1969; pg. 46, 1

75. Protest Organizers Call for an Immediate Cease-Fire
By JACK ROSENTHALSpecial to The New York Times: Nov 15, 1969; pg. 27, 1

76. Mrs. Chisholm Backing Samuels for Governor
By RICHARD REEVES; New York Times; Nov 18, 1969; pg. 36, 1

77. For a Benefit, the Party May Be Casual, but the Social Commitment Isn't
By MARYLIN BENDER; New York Times; Nov 23, 1969; pg. 90, 1

78. Electoral Loss
New York Times; Nov 24, 1969; pg. 46, 1

79. NIXON CRITICIZED ON AID TO BLACKS
By RUDY JOHNSON; New York Times; Dec 21, 1969; pg. 39, 1

80. Why It May Not Pay to Work
-- JOHN A. HAMILTON; New York Times; Dec 21, 1969; pg. E8, 1

81. Democrats Call Rockefeller Beatable
By CLAYTON KNOWLES; New York Times; Dec 29, 1969; pg. 21, 1

82. What Can Business Do About watts?
By DARWIN W. BOLDEN; New York Times; Jan 18, 1970; pg. 243, 3

83. DURYEA PROPOSES NARCOTICS CURB
By BILL KOVACH Special to The New York Times: Jan 28, 1970; pg. 30, 1

84. Marijuana: 'That Was the Week That Was'
New York Times; Feb 1, 1970; pg. E6, 1

85. SAMUELS PRESIDES AT RACIAL MEETING
New York Times; Feb 3, 1970; pg. 46, 1

86. Radio
New York Times; Feb 9, 1970; pg. 79, 1

87. The Gubernatorial Sweepstakes
By RICHARD REEVES; New York Times; Feb 9, 1970; pg. 26, 1

88. City to Update Its Bomb-Shelter Plan
By MICHAEL STERN; New York Times; Feb 12, 1970; pg. 39, 2

89. Rockefeller's Transit Loan Plan Called Inadequate by Democrats
By RICHARD WITKIN; New York Times; Feb 13, 1970; pg. 74, 1

90. Radio
New York Times; Feb 17, 1970; pg. 87, 1

100. Morgenthau Resigns as Third Deputy Mayor and Lindsay Abolishes Position
By CLAYTON KNOWLES; New York Times; Apr 28, 1970; pg. 27, 1

102. Conservative Democrats Feel Left Out in Gubernatorial Primary
By RICHARD REEVES; New York Times; May 18, 1970; pg. 32, 1

103. Shirley Chisholm: Willing to Speak Out
By CHARLAYNE HUNTER; New York Times; May 22, 1970; pg. 31, 2

104. Letters to the Editor of The Times
New York Times; May 28, 1970; pg. 38, 1

105. The Unsung, Ectoplasmic Eminences Behind Politicians
By ISRAEL SHENKER; New York Times; May 29, 1970; pg. 31, 2

119. LINDSAY APPOINTS SAMUELS TO HEAD OFFTRACK BETTING
By EMANUEL PERLMUTTER; New York Times; Jul 5, 1970; pg. 1, 2

120. Letters to the Editor of The Times
New York Times; Jul 15, 1970; pg. 38, 1

131. SAMUELS FAVORS RAGES ON SUNDAY
New York Times; Dec 22, 1970; pg. 47, 1

136. Samuels Gets City Approval for Separate Offtrack Betting Pool on Yonkers
By GERALD ESKENAZI; New York Times; Jan 7, 1971; pg. 46, 1

146. Samuels' Position on Gambling
HOWARD SAMUELS; New York Times; Jan 25, 1971; pg. 42, 1

163. ' Howie The Horse' Picks a Winner
-- RICHARD REEVES; New York Times; May 9, 1971; pg. E10, 1

172. National Notes
New York Times; Jun 13, 1971; pg. E2, 1

173. Blacks Score Small Business Loan Agency
By THOMAS A. JOHNSON; New York Times; Jun 23, 1971; pg. 47, 2

174. What the OTB Bettor Can Learn from Walter Matthau
By THOMAS MEEHAN; New York Times; Jul 4, 1971; pg. SM6, 5

175. Obituary 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jul 24, 1971; pg. 28, 1

176. Obituary 1 -- No Title
New York Times; Jul 25, 1971; pg. 49, 1

183. Samuels, Karras, Smith, Jabbar, Blanda
By ROBERT LIPSYTE; New York Times; Sep 18, 1971; pg. 21, 1

279. Samuels Is Stealing a March on Foes In Democratic Governorship Primary
By FRANK LYNN; New York Times; Jul 19, 1973; pg. 26, 1

518. What Makes a Memory? Some Moments From 1983
New York Times; Dec 25, 1983; pg. S2, 1
What makes a memory for a sports figure? Is it the big game or the record-setting performance? Is it even an athletic event? Lawrie Mifflin and Jane Gross of The New York Times asked some prominent sports personalities to describe their most memorable moment of 1983. These are their replies.

For Once, a Primary Unites a Party
By MAURICE CARROLL. New York Times . New York, N.Y.: Mar 25, 1984. pg. E6, 1 pgs Section: THE WEEK IN REVIEW Education Advertising Career in Education and Health Care Employment ISSN/ISBN: 03624331 Text Word Count 935
About a year and a half ago, former Mayor Robert F. Wagner asked John Connorton, a lawyer knowledgeable of New York politics, to show Senator Gary Hart around. The Senator, thinking of running for President, wanted a guided tour of the power points.


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